hayrick


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hay·rick

 (hā′rĭk′)
n.

hay•stack

(ˈheɪˌstæk)

n.
a stack of hay with a conical or ridged top, built up in the open air for preservation.
[1425–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hayrick - a stack of hayhayrick - a stack of hay      
stack - an orderly pile
haycock - a small cone-shaped pile of hay that has been left in the field until it is dry enough to carry to the hayrick
Translations
كَوْمَة تِبِن
stoh sena
høstak
szénakazal
heystakkur
stoh sena
ot/saman yığını

hay

(hei) noun
grass, cut and dried, used as food for cattle etc.
ˌhay-ˈfever noun
an illness like a bad cold, caused by the pollen of flowers etc.
ˈhayrick (-rik) , ˈhay-stack nouns
hay built up into a large pile.
ˈhaywire adjective
in a state of disorder; crazy. Our computer has gone haywire.
References in classic literature ?
Following the tracks with his eyes, the view closed with the new hayrick in a corner.
Now, if he had gone on to the hayrick, and gone round it?
Tony has moved into The Hayrick, in Meadowside, Whitestone, with his partner Rebecca Gage, with high hopes of attracting lots of custom through his culinary skills, and an emphasis on good beer and local produce.
Its original aim was to insure farmers against the losses from hayrick fires.
Look closely and you'll see Andrea on stage too as Hayrick, a dogsbody to one of the show's more villainous characters.
Hayrick House in Tanfield, Stanley, is a spacious family home which offers flexible accommodation.
But the Big Lake area, the Sand Mountain area, Nash Crater, Potato Hill, Hoodoo and Hayrick Butte areas were declared open to public access last week.
He once forced a farmer to leap from a hayrick by flying only feet above the ground.
Either the selectors admit they have made a complete hayrick of their job and resign or someone plucks up the courage to sack all three and hand the job to someone with a bit more sense.
We are still seeing local pubs suffering and the Hayrick, near where I live in Nuneaton, closed again just after Christmas.
This effectively opens the Big Lake area, the Sand Mountain area, Nash Crater, Potato Hill, Hoodoo and Hayrick buttes.