tipcart

tip·cart

 (tĭp′kärt′)
n.
A cart having a body that can be tilted to dump the contents.

tip•cart

(ˈtɪpˌkɑrt)

n.
a cart with a body that can be tilted to empty the contents.
[1875–80]
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Glasier, 27, of 1 Tipcart St., Sutton, charged with driving with a suspended license and refusing to identify himself, continued to Nov.
Harold recalls another man about town, John "Jack" Beatty, a wood dealer who made deliveries with a horse-drawn tipcart. "He made the turn from Lake Street to Spring Street one day when I was a kid, and I asked him, `Mr.
As another important aid to sanitation and health, garbage collection had begun in the 1860s with horse-drawn tipcarts picking up the household waste that had been dumped onto streets or sidewalks between 8 and 9 p.m.