- haygarth's nodes,
- haymarket square,
Origin of haymaker
Examples from the Web for haymaker
But we never really raised a melon fit for the table until the old Squire and Addison invented the "haymaker."
The girls' suggestion gave us the idea of using the haymaker as a big hothouse.
The sum total might be a quart, but would it be the same thing to the haymaker?Feeding the Mind|Lewis Carroll
I am sunburnt, freckled, and altogether odious—like a haymaker or a market woman.Phantom Fortune, A Novel|M. E. Braddon
But when thundershowers or occasional fogs or heavy dew came it was always open to us to put the grass through the haymaker.
mid-15c. as the name of an agricultural occupation (hay-making is attested from c.1400); 1910 in the sense of "very strong blow with the fist," from hay + agent noun of make; the punch probably so called for resemblance to the wide swinging stroke of a scythe. Haymaker punch attested from 1907.