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- n. Plural form of hayrack.
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Begging rides and sleeping in barns and hayracks at night he reached this town and enrolled as a student.
She'd been about to read him a lecture about his fiance not being a common lightskirt to be tumbled about in hayracks.
The boys were taught how to handle and care for tools, how to frame a building, how to make eveners, hayracks, watering troughs, wagon boxes, and similar useful farm articles.
At four o'clock the Hillsdale delegation drove into town in hayracks decorated with flags and bunting, the troop of Girl Scouts who were going to drill in the first rack, and after them several racks full of Hillsdale girls and boys, coming to watch the contest.
If it rules that hayracks are not to be left on the front lawn you will have to deposit yours somewhere else.
When I got into the stable armed with fresh hay for the hayracks I got pushed about a bit as is usual when they’re hungry.