The oxen in the wains were merely skin and bone: their tongues were parched and swollen in their muzzled mouths.
In the train of wains laden with supplies a man lay on top of the goods.
When we approached them, Mr. D. found that one of the "wains" was standing idle.
Most of us are away with the wains, and others make holiday.
The road was still well filled with wains and pedestrians, following after those who had gone on ahead.
They bade the game which Siegfried's hand had slain, be carried home on wains.
On land, they entrenched themselves as in a camp, surrounding themselves with their wains.
Those chariots, to the axle-trees of which scythes were fixed, were called covini, or wains.
Early in the morning, even before sunrise, had the wains full of women and children begun to come thither.
Get on the wain, thou little fool--get on all the wains I own, and a plague upon thine eightpence, lad!