An oxcart, laden with vegetables for the market, lumbered along the streets.
The blazed trail gave way to the corduroy road, and the pack horse to the oxcart or the stage.
The innkeeper's store and his warehouse contained everything from a needle to an oxcart.
The express and the wireless have supplanted the oxcart and the courier.
On the other side of the river an old man with an oxcart had stopped and was looking sadly at the train.
Jo Ann jerked the crude, hand-made chair off the oxcart and set it down in the shade of the thatched roof of the house.
Many years ago, the pink stones had been brought by oxcart from a prehistoric pyramid in Sector 9.
Pappy used to drive a oxcart and, when he was bad off sick and out of his haid, he hollered out: 'Scotch dat wheel!
Without telephones we were not even in the horse and buggy days—we had returned to the oxcart.
We can drive the car and make better time than José can in the oxcart.