They were long and lean and finicky-fingered hands, the sort that could span an octave much better than they could hold a hayfork.
You don't know he was followed and that he was laid dead with the stab of a hayfork?
She tossed her hayfork into the empty rack and climbed in after it.
A pulley attached to the trolley carrier lifted and lowered the hayfork.
Meanwhile, the hayfork and the blood-stained knife were impounded.
He goes to an outhouse and fetches a hayfork and places it at the other side of the visitor.
There was many a man killed with no more of a weapon than a hayfork.
In his hand he held a hayfork, and on the prongs of the fork was one of the skirts of poor George's coat.
Sren picked up a hayfork and made for the lad, who hid behind the threshing-machine, livid with fear.
Turning instantly upon the driver, he smote him with his hayfork, knocking him from his horse, and laying the skull bare.