“As well look for a needle in a haystack,” observed the far-seeing Bob.
Who is it anyhow of the “magnetic” tribe that may cast the first stone at the “haystack”?
An unkind report was afterwards circulated to the effect that he hid himself under a haystack.
We two, perched on the haystack, did not take the words at all with a kindly meaning.
Why, my dear mother, if you'd been a Boer woman you'd have potted at us from behind a haystack with the best of them.
Presently Ivan mounted on to the haystack and began to play.
It is worse than looking for a needle in a haystack to hunt for a man in New York.
And that would be worse than hiding behind a haystack—for the good of the service.
The haystack must be stuck full of needles like the bran of a pin-cushion.
On a night like this we might as well look for a needle in a haystack.