[ UK /ˈə‍ʊtən/ ]
  1. of or related to or derived from oats
    oaten bread
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How To Use oaten In A Sentence

  • Edwin held his oaten hands high for the man to see. The Oaten Hands
  • Edwin went to work immediately, entering each pen, placing his oaten hands upon each horse until their menacing eyes transformed into beautiful black mirrors that accepted his presence as if he were a part of them. The Oaten Hands
  • For long we had eaten nothing but the musty fare of the brig, and I shall never forget with what merry daffing we enjoyed the crisp oaten cake, the buttered scones, the marmalade, and the ham and eggs. A Daughter of Raasay A Tale of the '45
  • The content of the staple food and the sweet potato such as rice of steamed bread noodle, oaten , carbohydrate that waits tomato patch is very high, it is the first selection of abecedarian.
  • The good Gaelic soldier will eat, sweetly, crowdy made in his brogue -- how much better off were we with the stout and well-fired oaten cakes that this Highland gentleman made on the flagstone in front of our cave-fire! John Splendid The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn
  • That's the kind of thing you should probably tell someone before selling your services to them," Drowley said as he released the boy's forearms causing the oaten hands to crash against Edwin's waist. The Oaten Hands
  • There's your fish for you," she said, "and fadge and oaten farles, and if you want more you'd better show some civility to the woman that does for you. The Northern Iron
  • He wanted to ensure that the weight was distributed evenly so as not to put any unneeded pressure on the oaten hands. The Oaten Hands
  • (AP) - Kevin Riley threw a 53-yard touchdown pass to Nyan Boateng on a flea-flicker in the fourth quarter, and Mike Mohamed returned an interception 19 yards for a score 19 seconds later in California 's 41-20 victory over UCLA on Saturday. USATODAY.com
  • A heavy oaten aroma drifted up from the Guinness brewery, wrapping itself about the laneways of his youth. Joseph O'Connor: 'It was a voice that opened worlds'
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