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  • n. Obsolete spelling of hay wain. Haywagons.


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  • Every year Eric the Cowman used to come through our garden to reach a meadow behind our house to cut the hay, bringing his Suffolk through our yard with a haywain as if he had just stepped out of a Constable picture.

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  • Every so often the bush shakes, and from the move'ment, I'd say that it's about the size of a haywain.


  • Then, at last, the driver flicked his whip and the haywain eased forward as the horses took its vast weight on their harnesses.

    Sharpe's Prey

  • The haywain stopped among a group of other carts and more elegant carriages.

    Sharpe's Prey

  • It looked big enough to pull a loaded haywain by itself, but compared with the Ogier it seemed a pony.

    The Eye of the World

  • Alexander the Great and one of his wives, causes horns to grow out of a courtier's head, makes a haywain and its horse vanish, furnishes aerial transportation, builds

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • As would have the thought that the presidential candidates representing our two major parties would be of one mind and hop on the haywain post-haste.

    Homeland Stupidity

  • I also have 2 Christmas football party's to go to the first one we are dressing up as gangsters based on the film Scarface I have got my gear ready I am going to wear The haywain shirt he wears from the film. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at


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