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sheepy

(ˈʃiːpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
1. of, related to, or resembling sheep
2. poetic filled with sheep
3. sheepish; shamefaced; abashed; embarrassed
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The executive five-bedroom property in Kingfisher Way, at Sheepy Parva in Atherstone, is an imposing house which has been extended by the current owners to provide everything needed by the family.
IF one were a contestant in the TV series Four In A Bed (where rival B&B owners visit and rate other establishments) and you were confronted with the glory of Sheepy Lodge, you would be tempted to hand over the winner's plaque straight away.
Sheepy Magna is one of the seven villages that makes up the parish of Sheepy, which also includes Sheepy Parva.
SHEEPY - SHEEPY This Liverpool punk pop indie three-piece have come up with an impressive debut album, full of energy and great hooks.
Black spray paint was used to write Squeek and Sheepy 2007 across windows and walls of homes in the Waingate, School Lane and Chapel Close areas of Berry Brow.
SHEEPY Magna, where a Mercedes driver who ended up in a flooded river after following her sat nav, is in Leicestershire, not Warwickshire.
Cotton, of Sheepy Magna, Leicestershire, abducted the boy on May 9, 2004, after approaching him outside a supermarket in Tamworth, Staffordshire.
A SINGLE goal was enough to give Evesham all three points after an open goal at Sheepy Road.
Sheepy Lodge at Sheepy Magna has nine bedrooms and seven bathrooms and has been run by the current owner as a very successful bed and breakfast.
Sheepy Lodge at Sheepy Magna has been, first and foremost, an elegant mansion.
LIVERPOOL trio Sheepy release their self-titled album later this month.
Jimmy Ginnelly's champions will have midfielder Storer available for his debut at Sheepy Road after he joined from Hinckley United.