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“He was a good ploughman, a good mower and cradler, excellent with a team of oxen drawing rocks, and good at most general farm work, but not an adept at constructing anything.”
“The next son belonged to the King of Olba, descended from the archer Teucer, who fought with his brother Ajax at Troy; and the father of the third was a handsome nobody guiding a team of oxen in a caravan from Media.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘a team of oxen’.
collective noun phrases
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a broadside of ar..., a click of comput..., a pad of sheets o..., a wing of fighter..., a salvo of artill..., a confusion of tr..., an aarmory of aar..., an audit of accou..., a balance of acco..., a cast of actors, a bridge of admirals, a murmur of allit... and 857 more...
a badelynge of ducks, a band of jays, a barren of mules, a batch of bread, a battery of barr..., a bavin of brushwood, a bazaar of guill..., a bed of clams, a bellowing of bu..., a belt of asteroids, a bench of bishops, a bevy of beauties and 324 more...
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