Examples from the Web for oliphant
But then Oliphant and Shaun Walker of The Guardian saw something quite different.Putin’s “Humanitarian” Convoy Nears Ukraine, APCs Cross in Secret|Anna Nemtsova|August 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Oliphant thinks that here and there Massinger may be traced; and here and there, Rowley.
The authorities on which Mrs. Oliphant relies for her facts are unimpeachably good.
Reasons for dating an earlier version of the play about 1604 are given by Oliphant, Engl.
British Dictionary definitions for oliphant
Word Origin and History for oliphant
obsolete form of elephant, c.1200; also used in Middle English with sense "ivory horn."