paddock, in the bulletin previously mentioned, pictures two of these tools and these are reproduced in Fig. 52.
He was to be at the slip rails to allow the animal to be driven into the paddock.
Ha'penny got up early, went out again to the paddock, and found the deer in a great state of excitement and agitation.
He passed on along the paddock footway leading to the Squire's.
I have hired the paddock next to our garden, and have bought a pony, which will be here to-day, for the girls.
I suppose the Government will pay me for the use of the paddock, won't they?
On the 26th 1,500 persons were entertained at dinner in a paddock.
A silver spring broke ground at the corner of the paddock fence.
A gravel walk or drive goes quite round to this side, and is divided from a paddock by laurels.
They, too, were walking in the paddock, and met Ermengarde close to the stile.
"a frog, a toad," c.1300, diminutive of pad "toad," from Old Norse padda; common Germanic (cf. Swedish padda, Danish padde, Old Frisian and Middle Dutch padde "frog, toad," also Dutch schildpad "tortoise"), of unknown origin and with no certain cognates outside Germanic.
"an enclosure," 1620s, alteration of Middle English parrock, from Old English pearroc "enclosed space, fence" (see park (n.)). Or possibly from Medieval Latin parricus (8c.), which ultimately is from Germanic.