It was used as a cavalry barracks during the war of 1846, and has been a sheepfold since.
The sheepfold was long, the barn high, with walls smooth as your hand.
Clausen, the German saloon-keeper, and his gang were coming down on us like a pack of wolves on a sheepfold.
Nothing was there but a whitewashed wall that fenced a sheepfold.
(surety Ralph de Morton), and he is likewise given a grant for ever of the sheepfold at a yearly rent of 6d.
The atmosphere is somewhat that of a sheepfold before a thunderstorm.
David was busy in the sheepfold when the prophet called him to his work as warrior and monarch.
The beast had just left the sheepfold and was carrying something in its mouth.
Let us lie down in the sheltered shade of the mossy walls of the sheepfold—take a drop of Glenlivet—and philosophise.
Granbury Lapham had come out, but was at the sheepfold with the mountaineer.