Definition of Sheepfold

1. Noun. A pen for sheep.

Exact synonyms: Fold, Sheep Pen, Sheepcote
Generic synonyms: Pen
Derivative terms: Fold



Definition of Sheepfold

1. n. A fold or pen for sheep; a place where sheep are collected or confined.

Definition of Sheepfold

1. Noun. An enclosure for keeping sheep. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sheepfold

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sheepfold

sheepberries
sheepberry
sheepbiter
sheepbiters
sheepcot
sheepcote
sheepcotes
sheepcots
sheepdip
sheepdips
sheepdog
sheepdogs
sheepdom
sheepe
sheepflesh
sheepfold (current term)
sheepfolds
sheephead
sheepheads
sheepherder
sheepherders
sheepherding
sheepherdings
sheephook
sheephooks
sheepier
sheepies
sheepiest
sheepily
sheepiness

Literary usage of Sheepfold

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1. The Reformation in Germany by Henry Clay Vedder (1914)
"CHAPTER II THE WOLF IN THE sheepfold LUTHER had become by the year 1517 the representative of a phase of thought that had long existed in the Church. ..."

2. The Reformation in Germany by Henry Clay Vedder (1914)
"... II THE WOLF IN THE sheepfold LUTHER had become by the year 1517 the representative of a phase of thought that had long existed in the Church. ..."

3. A Lover's Breast-knot by Katharine Tynan (1896)
"The sheepfold ""THE Shepherd of the sheepfold leant .*. Upon his crook, and saw within The fold his milky ewes content, ..."

4. Modern Farm Buildings: Being Suggestions for the Most Approved Ways of by Alfred Hopkins (1913)
"... sheepfold Although a number of the plans of farm barns already illustrated have included quarters for the sheep, yet it is better to keep sheep at a ..."

5. Modern Farm Buildings: Being Suggestions for the Most Approved Ways of by Alfred Hopkins (1920)
"... sheepfold Although a number of the plans of farm barns already illustrated have included quarters for the sheep, yet it is better to keep sheep at a ..."

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