Definitions

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  • n. Alternative form of handcart.

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Examples

  • Every time you see a beer truck outside a local store, or a guy rolling a hand-cart stacked with cases of beer into your favorite bar -- that's us.

    Michael Johnson: Nobody's Coming to Stop Your Wine Shipment... or Mine Either!

  • Policemen fill a hand-cart with stones and rocks as they remove them from a road.

    Srinagar Standoff

  • Two men with lanterns and a hand-cart approached her from the odd vehicle on the tracks of the spur, and the wheels of the cart grated in the gravel of the right-of-way.

    red dust

  • So now you see Flashy at the Howrah docks in the misty morning, with his dunnage on a hand-cart, dickering for a passage to the Cape with a Down-east skinflint in a tile hat who should have been flying the Jolly Roger, the price he demanded for putting into Table Bay.

    THE NUMBERS

  • When the American economy was going to hell in a rusty hand-cart?

    Ratification of the IA-AMPTP Basic Agreement

  • As everything has trundled to hell in a hand-cart, however, more eyes have been opened: ...

    Declining L.A. Film Shoots

  • His feline eye had just descried, in the recess of a carriage door, what is called in painting, an ensemble, that is to say, a person and a thing; the thing was a hand-cart, the person was a man from Auvergene who was sleeping therein.

    Les Miserables

  • At the time of the insurrection of 1839, in the Rue Saint – Martin a little, infirm old man, pushing a hand-cart surmounted by a tricolored rag, in which he had carafes filled with some sort of liquid, went and came from barricade to troops and from troops to the barricade, offering his glasses of cocoa impartially, — now to the Government, now to anarchy.

    Les Miserables

  • Except that he was making the turn not behind the wheel of a powerful Korean-made car but with a hand-cart on which were piled some bananas.

    India's Dangerous Divide

  • Listen, I have a hand-cart downstairs which I have hired for two sous an hour; it will hold all our goods; if you like, we will try to find lodgings together, since we are both turned out of this.

    The Atheist's Mass

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