It was Jack's call at feeding-time to the pigeons at the dovecot.
The fans were now all agitation; 'twas like a flutter in a dovecot.
They would permit me to go into their dovecot, without retreating; but the dam would often oppose my taking her young ones.
When they arrive they perch at the window of the dovecot, where their mates and young await them.
This is the dovecot, on the other side of the road, now converted into a village reading-room.
For verily I saw the owner of the dovecot from which the hawk has stolen the two doves.
So our industrial teacher decided to move the dovecot bodily to another place.
The hens had already flown to the yard and the dovecot was voluble.
So the old man laboured up and down with his tired old bones, and covered the top of the dovecot with good black earth.
How did you get on to the top of the dovecot when the door into the house was bolted and fast?