Words nearby vole
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With most diseases spread by rodents, the mouse or rat or vole is only an intermediary (a “host”) for fleas and lice and the like.
The reason for the heavy diet of Microtus seems to be that both the owl and the vole are especially active at dusk.
Four of these were collected also from other small mammals living in the same habitat as this vole.
I have the vole and the king, said Croque, marking three points.Paul and His Dog, v.2 (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XIV)|Charles Paul de Kock
Oh, might I vole to some umbrageous clump,— Depart—be off—exude—evade—erump!Quips and Quiddities|William Davenport Adams
The player who wins three tricks scores one for the “point”; if he wins all five tricks, he scores two for the “vole.”