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- n. Alternative spelling of pinfold.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See pinfold.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as pinfold.
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Rather too small for the penfold, it had so far been living in the shed with us, where it had become fast friends with Rollo.
We paced slowly together, across the dooryard and past the sheds, down to the penfold and the field beyond.
One of the mules in the penfold, a light gray creature named Clarence, saw us and brayed enthusiastically in welcome, making the rest of the horses crowd up next to the rails, eager for food.
My glowing visions were interrupted by a raucous bellow from the penfold; Clarence announcing an arrival.
He glared down at the lad, sitting in the mud by the penfold.
Ian stood in his stirrups to look down into the penfold.
Sure enough, the newly named Judas was standing in the penfold, unsaddled, companionably switching flies head to tail with a thick-barreled gray gelding.
We had two sturdy sheds now, plus a split-railed penfold in which to keep the horses and any other stock we might acquire.
As I came down the hill I saw Brianna's horse in the penfold; she was home.
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