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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - heavy carthorse-cart - heavy cart; drawn by a horse; used for farm work
cart - a heavy open wagon usually having two wheels and drawn by an animal
dray, camion - a low heavy horse cart without sides; used for haulage
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This past Easter Sunday, just days before his first birthday, my grandson was involved in an accident involving a horse-cart.
Police arrested a Roma couple, Milenko and Slavojka Marinkovic, at their home in the northeast Bosnian hamlet of Karavlasi after getting a tip-off on May 17 that they were keeping a young woman locked up and had forced her to eat pig feed and pull them on a horse-cart.
METAL thieves have stolen electric fencing and a horse-cart from a field in Huddersfield.
In Bijnor, a candidate named Zarina Begum, on her way to file nominations, stood in a huge bucket-like structure mounted on a horse-cart.
He spent a nightmarish 12 days in its crowded cells before being transferred by horse-cart to a PoW camp in Germany.
Eugene Scottish Festival - Singers, dancers, pipers, storytellers, horse-cart rides, Scottish dog parade, food and vendors, 10 a.
Try a hot meat pie from a bakery or horse-cart vendor.
Shedding the "rag and bone" horse-cart image of the past, the country's scrap metal recycling companies, as they prefer to be known, have a turnover topping pounds 1 billion and recycle 9.