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  • n. Plural form of haywagon.

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Examples

  • (Apparently there were many more, four haywagons 'worth!)

    eleven eleven

  • But if other things fall into place, yes, we can make great hay for the rest of year, burning haywagons, digging trenches, sniping, and basically shutting down Congress.

    Dem Scheme: Seat Brown Late if he Wins, Until After Health Care Gets to Senate - Dan_Perrin’s blog - RedState

  • Surely this was only one courtyard, the one at the entrance, for before us there loomed another immense pair of gates, quite large enough to admit the greatest haywagons imaginable or some newfangled engine of war.

    Vittorio, The Vampire

  • A little higher up, a wide causeway, supported by an arch, led into the second story, devoted to horses and all kinds of vehicles, and still higher, almost on a level with the house, there was a road, walled on each side, by which the loaded haywagons could be driven in upon the great third floor of the barn.

    The Girl at Cobhurst

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