The ruins at present form a sheep-fold, on the farm of Reidsmoss, belonging to the Duke of Buccleuch.
Is a fox-hound not conscience-stricken for his harry of the sheep-fold?
If he once gets inside a sheep-fold at night, he massacres and mangles right and left.
The next moment this wolf in the sheep-fold entered the drawing-room.
Mrs Merton received it, coughed, and hurried out to the sheep-fold, followed by her accomplices.
It had stolen into the sheep-fold and made off with a lamb in the full light of day.
In an hour or more of walking over the plain the sad shepherd came to a sheep-fold of grey stones with a rude tower beside it.
When I guide a wolf to my sheep-fold, I will show you the way to Edmund's camp.
Rabbah was to be a sheep-fold, Babylon a menagerie of wild beasts—a very specific difference and very improbable.
The sheep-fold, the cattle-pen, the cheese-tub, these were thrust aside.
a strong fenced enclosure for the protection of the sheep gathered within it (Num. 32:24; 1 Chr. 17:7; Ps. 50:9; 78:70). In John 10:16 the Authorized Version renders by "fold" two distinct Greek words, aule and poimne, the latter of which properly means a "flock," and is so rendered in the Revised Version. (See also Matt. 26:31; Luke 2:8; 1 Cor. 9:7.) (See FOLD.)