Definition of ole
Recent Examples of ole from the Web
Remember the good ole days when that June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Donald Trump Jr., aka Not-Ivanka, was just him, Jared Kushner, Paul Manafort and a Russian lawyer?
Enjoy good ole country western music, entertainment, crafters/artists and a dog show.
What, if anything, is interesting after the opening kickoff will be solely determined by how much Ole Miss’ run defense has improved.
Anyway, a former investor in Shkreli’s MSMB Capital testified on Thursday and hoo-boy, things don’t look great for ole Martin.
But his album packs the biggest cowboy punch of the year with raw anthems that will take you back to the good ole days.
The three-martini lunch was once symbolic of a good-ole-boys culture of the 1960s, where executives would disappear for hours in the middle of a day to hammer out deals over white linen and porcelain plates.
Because there's nothing quite like good 'ole Southern tailgating food.
A 'good ole Southern boy' Jones was born in Fairfield.
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Origin and Etymology of ole
First Known Use: circa 1832See Words from the same year
Recent Examples of olé from the Web
But last season aside, the Warriors still need just one more win to lock up the NBA title, and that ole' 3-1 memory brings pressure.
Guys are filling in and guys are playing their ole.
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Origin and Etymology of olé
First Known Use: 1922See Words from the same year
Definition of ole-
: oil oleograph
Definition of -ole
1 : chemical compound containing a 5-membered usually heterocyclic ring pyrrole
2 : chemical compound not containing hydroxyl eucalyptol —especially in names of ethers safrole
Origin and Etymology of -ole
International Scientific Vocabulary, from Latin oleum
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