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I listened to it sitting in the hop-oast, whose tower, like a castle turret, overlooks and domineers the yard.
FIELD AND HEDGEROWRICHARD JEFFERIES
The farmers have been drying their damp wheat in the oast-houses over charcoal fires, and wages are lowered, and men discharged.
FIELD AND HEDGEROWRICHARD JEFFERIES
The road which we were using ran at right angles into a better-class way by the side of an old oast-house.
BERRY AND CO.DORNFORD YATES
As we drew up at the fatal corner, the others came out of the oast-house to see what was making the noise.
BERRY AND CO.DORNFORD YATES
Oast-houses, where they dry the hops over a fire on horse-hair sheets,” said Mercer.
BURR JUNIORG. MANVILLE FENN
Good my Oast, lend me a pen and inke, for straightway I will write a letter vnto the poore man, and something I will give him.
THE OLD INNS OF OLD ENGLAND, VOLUME I (OF 2)CHARLES G. HARPER
Then the lady showed us the Danejohn, and it was like an oast-house.
THE WOULDBEGOODSE. NESBIT
Say, one of you,” cried Joey, “go and lay that old bed out in the oast—one I had last year for kiln-watching.
THE QUEEN'S SCARLETGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
As he closed the shutter, the oast-house seemed dark before the day's end, and he lit the candle in the lanthorn.
PUCK OF POOK'S HILLRUDYARD KIPLING
Then, on the other side of the moat there is the farm, with barns and oast houses and stables, or things like that.
THE WOULDBEGOODSE. NESBIT

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