Origin of haycock
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Examples from the Web for haycock
Mackenzie sat with his back to a haycock thinking in this vein.The Flockmaster of Poison Creek
George W. Ogden
The Haycock cannot crow; he has no brains, No,—not enough to go in when it rains.
He is not gamy,—fighting's not his forte, A Haycock fight is just no sort of sport.
Then he drove along beside a haycock and stopped the horses.Bobby of Cloverfield Farm
Helen Fuller Orton
His haycock, too, was as large as a hill in comparison with those of his brothers.Fairy Tales of the Slav Peasants and Herdsmen
- a small cone-shaped pile of hay left in the field until dry enough to carry to the rick or barn
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