His whole harvest had gone up in his haystacks
The blond cornfields were red gold, the haystacks
turned rosy and threw long shadows.
could not possibly contain fifty wagon-loads each, and to convict the peasants Levin ordered the wagons that had carried the hay to be brought up directly, to lift one stack, and carry it into the barn.
Their huts were shaped like haystacks
, and constructed of branches of willow covered with long grass, so as to be warm and comfortable.
Many solitary figures he perceives creeping through the streets; many solitary figures out on heaths, and roads, and lying under haystacks
. But the figure that he seeks is not among them.
The natives there are less addicted to selling members of their own families, but still, men and animals all live together in round huts, without frames, that look like haystacks
I do not remember, now, what that thing is that is in front of the man who is running, but I think it is a haystack
or a woman.
"I s'pose we can go back the way we came, to Jack Pumpkinhead's house, and then turn into the Winkie Country; but that seems like running 'round a haystack
, doesn't it?"
But do you suppose I was going to walk into church beside a perambulating haystack
He can perceive a haystack
at an enormous distance when he is interested."
The Aged prepared such a haystack
of buttered toast, that I could scarcely see him over it as it simmered on an iron stand hooked on to the top-bar; while Miss Skiffins brewed such a jorum of tea, that the pig in the back premises became strongly excited, and repeatedly expressed his desire to participate in the entertainment.
It is much too long!" My Lady was a vast creature at all times: but, when she frowned and folded her arms, as now, she looked more gigantic than ever, and made one try to fancy what a haystack
would look like, if out of temper.