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hayrack

[ hey-rak ]
/ ˈheɪˌræk /
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noun

a rack for holding hay for feeding horses or cattle.
a rack or framework mounted on a wagon, for use in carrying hay, straw, or the like.
the wagon and rack together.

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Origin of hayrack

First recorded in 1815–25; hay + rack1
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British Dictionary definitions for hayrack

hayrack
/ (ˈheɪˌræk) /

noun

a rack for holding hay for feeding to animals
a rack fixed to a cart or wagon to increase the quantity of hay or straw that it can carry
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