But a mob of country louts are drilling in a farmyard up the moorlands, to plunder and destroy us, if they can.
Sheila would probably be busy about the house or she might have work to do in the farmyard.
As she spoke a dog howled in a farmyard beneath them, and she shot upwards as though lifted by a sudden gust of wind.
He followed her across the farmyard and through the gate into the "loanie."
By obtaining entrance to the farmyard upon which the east end abuts, traces of the original apsidal termination may be seen.
I should like to know who would let her mess about as she does in a farmyard.'
A cock "proper" is generally represented of the kind which in farmyard phraseology is known as a gamecock (Fig. 468).
Stables and hay-barns filled two sides of the farmyard below him.
He opened the gate into the farmyard and walked up to the house door with a beating heart.
A few of the farmyard folk were a bit jealous of the Muley Cow.