from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. See ovine.
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Nos igitur qui eiusdem Domini Nostri vices, licet immeriti, gerimus in terris, et oves gregis sui nobis commissas, quæ extra eius ovile sunt, ad ipsum ovile toto nixu exquirimus.
They were accordingly called up and an interval was allowed for the two bodies to consult privately in the ovile.
Upper classes have never legislated systematically in their interests; and quid ... rabidae tradis ovile lupae? says one of the multitude.
"Bello ovile dov 'io dormii agnello";  of things beautiful, besides men and women, dusty sunbeams up or down the street on summer mornings; deep furrowed cabbage-leaves at the greengrocer's; magnificence of oranges in wheelbarrows round the corner; and Thames 'shore within three minutes' race.
Nothing is (ovile as Chrifl to a man naunhumbled, and can you fo cafilv prize him j ai; Ld taftchiin, wichouc anycafi*. iogocMivne?.