from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A heavycart drawn by a horse, used for farm work.

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  • n. heavy cart; drawn by a horse; used for farm work
  • n. heavy cart; drawn by a horse; used for farm work


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  • At one point I just laid down on a bench-seat inside the gele and waited, but was startled by a few people on a horsecart who accidentally rammed into the door of our parked vehicle.

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  • A few other passengers walked or took a horsecart back to Bushtown to try to find another ride.

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  • My last weekend in SS, I rode on a horsecart (sereti fas) with my host mom, Usman, and my bro Moot (sounds like Mort) to Soma (about an hour away, where they have a big market, cold drinks, etc).

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  • My bro Usman on the horsecart listening to my mp3 player on the way to Soma 2 weeks ago.

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  • However, intelligence of it was communicated to the other parishes, and about eight o'clock, Sunday evening, there passed by here about two hundred men, preceded by a horsecart, and marched down to the powder house, from whence they took the powder, and carried it into the other parish and there secreted it.

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  • Instead of looking to build a better horsecart, the Bulls have guaranteed that they will have enough in their wallet to determine their future.

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  • We get to see the sights by horsecart: a stukko temple TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Nonsense, Dallingham, can’t imagine they’d have so much as a horsecart to hire.



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