The boy might find it if you put it among the oats—feedin' the horses, ye know.
Some had all the venison and bear meat they wanted, but no barley or oats.
I have seen barley and oats in that country three feet high.
The lad's hair was inclined to be carroty, while that of the girl suggested the color of oats.
Why, one might bury millions there without reaping a single bushel of oats!
Tim Brady should have got the top price for that oats of his, Pat.
Then he was put in a box stall and given three sheaves of oats.
Speed, done 'im in, savin' 'is country's 'time an' 'is country's oats; that done 'im in.
The Queen's feelin' her oats to-day, and I cal'late I can show him a few things.'
We did the oats and the corn and all the rest and, upon my word, I expected the hay.