Recent Examples of ole from the Web
As a lyricist and composer, Haven Gillespie wrote more than 200 compositions in his life, but none more iconic than his reminder to children to be on their best behavior for ole Saint Nick.
The good ole days Nick Saban was in a happy mood on Wednesday, telling reporters stories about his father during his high school days.
So, why not have your favorite Mexican, Indian, Thai, and good ole American classic meals brought to you instead?
Ah, the good ole days, before the Cavs started tumbling down the 3-point ranks.
More amazement: Keuchel has pitched to 214 Yankees in his career without ever yielding a home run, knocking out ole Swarthmore grad Curly Ogden (195, from 1923-26) as the best at keeping the Yankees in the park.
Also from sympathetic good ole straight white men, of which there were indeed more than a few.
A pair of Pro Bowl socks left over from the good ole days.
But this time, the flavor inspiration comes from that good ole American sandwich: the PB&J. Rare junk food Instagram @JunkBanter (who blogs here) shared the Cookie Butter Oreo packaging that sent the foodie internet into a tizzy.
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Origin and Etymology of ole
First Known Use: circa 1832See Words from the same year
Origin and Etymology of olé
First Known Use: 1922See Words from the same year
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Origin and Etymology of -ole
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