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  • n. Plural form of lambkin.


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  • For this morning, as he passed along the outside of the railing wherein his two sheep were grazing, suddenly they came bounding towards him with every manifestation of delight, literally recalling the lambkins which Wordsworth saw bound 'as to the tabor's sound.'

    Prose Fancies

  • I couldn't help but think of those little lambkins yesterday, wondering how they were faring.

    Lamb update...

  • Loosen thy bursting udder; welcome to thy teats the kids, whom thou leavest in the lambkins 'pens.

    The Cyclops

  • Not only is there a whole mess of adorable baby calves, but now we're getting a bunch of sweet lambkins too.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Ai maykz yew a roastie lambkins wiv teh mint sorce, roastie taters and roastie sweet taters, punkin and peaz.

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  • As they go into church Miss P. driving in her flock of lambkins with the crook of her parasol, how can it be helped if her forces and ours sometimes collide, as the boys are on their way up to the organ-loft?

    Dr. Birch and his young friends

  • The pastors who entered at the gate, and greeted his comely wife and children, fed the little lambkins with tracts.

    The Newcomes

  • With the exception of a few Matt O? none of us are lambkins; more like, venom-spitting rams and ewes — sheep, who have their venom laced mutton chops down.

    Firedoglake » Of Laws and Men, and Would Be Monarchs

  • Master Kobe is busy today — preparing lambkins chops for dinner . . .

    Firedoglake » No Tongue, I Swear…

  • Dew and thunder, destroying Atilla and the Spring lambkins, belong to an order of contrasts which no repetition can assimilate.

    Virginibus Puerisque and other papers


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