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- n. A cart, pulled by a horse and driven by a driver, used for transporting goods
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It was here that a new kitchen-range was sunk for some time in the ford, which was so swollen by a storm in 1805 that the horse and cart that brought it were themselves with difficulty rescued from the waters.
"Could Anderese get a horse and cart at the village, to go for me?"
The occasional horse and cart passed; cars and lorries eased by, their drivers leaning out over their doors and squinting through the windscreens.