Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Made of coarse linen.
- n. A very coarse kind of linen.
““Weize a brace of balls through his harn-pan!” said a second.”
“They added that we would be sleeping in the hay harn, but there must be no smoking.”
“A huge manure pile was discretely placed behind the harn.”
“The child shoveled down grilled harn and scrambled eggs as if she had not eaten for a month.”
“Her cutty sark, o 'Paisley harn, [short-shift, coarse linen]”
“` ` Weize a brace of balls through his harn-pan! '' said a second.”
“He only prayed that it might sink down through his “_harn-pan_” (his skull).”
“Can you blo' a harn? 'asked the guard, disengaging one of the coach-lamps.”
“As coarse as Nancie's harn sark, -- three threads out o 'the pound.”
“Weize a brace of balls through his harn-pan!" said a second.”
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