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  • noun Plural form of paddock.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of paddock.


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  • Bomas, as they call paddocks or corrals, were carefully constructed and surrounded by a curtain of bamboo matting to shield the animals from view.

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  • It's pretty dry out on the run, but everyone calls the paddocks about the house an oasis.

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  • Where could I find room for that in English paddocks?

    Arizona Nights

  • Next to the paddocks was a stunt display area, and the impressive bike control Drag to Playlist - Business News

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  • The run may be a mere sheep-walk, but a station is bound to have a house attached to it, and fenced 'paddocks' or fields.

    Town Life in Australia

  • The house stood on a gentle rise, and in front the trees had been thinned so that across the smooth lawn you looked over stretching paddocks, dotted with gum-trees, and broken by the silver gleam of a reed-fringed lagoon.

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  • The kindly Australian climate makes the sunlit winter air a delight; and if in summer it is sometimes necessary to shut out heat, and possibly intrusive snakes, as soon as the sun goes down everything is flung wide open to admit the cool evening breeze that comes blowing across the paddocks.

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  • After lunch the parties changed paddocks, and then came an incident startling in its nature, yet one which brought special interest to the day.

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  • There was no other house visible — only the wide, peaceful paddocks.

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