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in Dickie's meadow

In danger. Primarily heard in UK. I knew I was in Dickie's meadow when I found myself between the mother bear and her cub.
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meadow muffin

slang A pile or mass of animal dung, especially from a cow, that is still wet. She slipped in the wet grass of the field and fell straight into a fresh meadow muffin.
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meadow muffin

n. a mass of cow dung. Jill stepped in a meadow muffin while she was bird-watching.
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You won't end up with a meadowy masterpiece, but you will have created a little corner that will for ever be England.
Low-slung and innocuous-looking, the control structures sit in the middle of a meadowy expanse, resembling modest bridges and culverts more than the crucial floodgates they are.
The inhabitants of hollow regions, that are meadowy, stifling, with more hot than cool winds, where the water used is hot, will be neither tall nor well-made .
A single tree becomes thus the crowning beauty of some meadowy vale, and the expression of the whole surrounding forest is at once more spirited for it.
Near the lake, which we were approaching with as much expectation as if it had been a university,--for it is not often that the stream of our life opens into such expansions,--were islands, and a low and meadowy shore with scattered trees, birches, white and yellow, slanted over the water, and maples,--many of the white birches killed, apparently by inundations.