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Hawsers

ˈhɔːzə

Meanings of Hawsers:

noun

A thick rope or cable for mooring or towing a ship.

Usage examples:

Many of the ship's 625 passengers peered at the spectacle below, as the ship was moored along the p…

Meanings of Hawses:

noun

The part of a ship's bows through which the anchor cables pass.

Usage examples:

I don't believe anyone makes stainless hawses for these winches, so there is a bit of a gap in the …

Hawthorn

ˈhɔː.θɔːn

Meanings of Hawthorn:

noun

A thorny shrub or tree of the rose family, with white, pink, or red blossom and small dark red fruits (haws). native to north temperate regions, it is commonly used for hedging in britain.

Usage examples:

There are silver birch trees, hawthorn, field maple and guelder rose at the woodland edge.

Meanings of Hawthorns:

noun

A thorny shrub or tree of the rose family, with white, pink, or red blossom and small dark red fruits (haws). native to north temperate regions, it is commonly used for hedging in britain.

Usage examples:

There are silver birch trees, hawthorn, field maple and guelder rose at the woodland edge.

Meanings of Hawthorny:

noun

A thorny shrub or tree of the rose family, with white, pink, or red blossom and small dark red fruits (haws). native to north temperate regions, it is commonly used for hedging in britain.

Usage examples:

There are silver birch trees, hawthorn, field maple and guelder rose at the woodland edge.

Hay

heɪ

Meanings of Hay:

noun

Grass that has been mown and dried for use as fodder.

Usage examples:

Here we plant a mixture of alfalfa and timothy, or alfalfa and orchard grass, as hay for horses or …
verb

(of grass) dry while standing.

Usage examples:

The grass had all hayed off and gone to seed

Meanings of Hay fever:

noun

A physical reaction to the pollen of plants which causes some people to have problems with their eyes, nose, throat, and lungs

Haybox

ˈheɪbɒks

Meanings of Haybox:

noun

A box stuffed with hay in which heated food was left to continue cooking.

Usage examples:

After five minutes you place the rice inside the haybox and half an hour later it will be done.

Haycock

ˈheɪkɒk

Meanings of Haycock:

noun

A conical heap of hay in a field.

Usage examples:

Other common objects also had their names changed to make them more seemly: haycock turned into hay…

Haycocks

ˈheɪkɒk

Meanings of Haycocks:

noun

A conical heap of hay in a field.

Usage examples:

Other common objects also had their names changed to make them more seemly: haycock turned into hay…

Meanings of Hayfield:

noun

A field where grass is grown for making into hay.

Usage examples:

Much of the land was intensely cultivated, a dry quiltwork of barley fields and hayfields and pastu…

Hayfields

ˈheɪfiːld

Meanings of Hayfields:

noun

A field where grass is grown for making into hay.

Usage examples:

Much of the land was intensely cultivated, a dry quiltwork of barley fields and hayfields and pastu…

Meanings of Hayfork:

noun

A farm tool with a long handle and two or more sharp metal prongs, used for lifting hay or straw.

Usage examples:

A nineteenth-century wooden hay fork

Meanings of Hayforks:

noun

A farm tool with a long handle and two or more sharp metal prongs, used for lifting hay or straw.

Usage examples:

A nineteenth-century wooden hay fork

Haying

ˈheɪɪŋ

Meanings of Haying:

noun

The activity of mowing and drying grass to make hay.

Usage examples:

The local council declared the opening date for haying on the prairie lands

Haylage

ˈheɪ.lɪdʒ

Meanings of Haylage:

noun

Silage made from grass which has been partially dried.

Usage examples:

Gerry favors a high forage diet, preferring baled hay and haylage over corn silage, and says that t…

Hayloft

ˈheɪlɒft

Meanings of Hayloft:

noun

A loft over a stable used for storing hay or straw.

Usage examples:

The farm's organic alfalfa is stored in the hayloft above.

Haylofts

ˈheɪlɒft

Meanings of Haylofts:

noun

A loft over a stable used for storing hay or straw.

Usage examples:

The farm's organic alfalfa is stored in the hayloft above.

Haymaker

ˈheɪmeɪkə

Meanings of Haymaker:

noun

A person who is involved in making hay, especially one who tosses and spreads it to dry after mowing.

Usage examples:

Nowhere have so many muscular and healthy bodies been put on display, so many entwined haymakers an…

Haymakers

ˈheɪmeɪkə

Meanings of Haymakers:

noun

A person who is involved in making hay, especially one who tosses and spreads it to dry after mowing.

Usage examples:

Nowhere have so many muscular and healthy bodies been put on display, so many entwined haymakers an…

Haymaking

ˈheɪmeɪkɪŋ

Meanings of Haymaking:

noun

The activity of making hay from grass grown for fodder.

Usage examples:

The farm assembly had decided that in view of the dry weather all hands should be used for haymaking.

Haymows

ˈheɪməʊ

Meanings of Haymows:

noun

A stack of hay or part of a barn in which hay is stored.

Usage examples:

Every inch of the haymow and the lean-to are now neatly stacked and plugged with small bales of bot…

Meanings of Hayrick:

noun

Another term for haystack.

verb

To twist a part of your body and hurt it

Usage examples:

I ricked my neck while i was playing squash.

Meanings of Hayricks:

noun

Another term for haystack.

verb

To twist a part of your body and hurt it

Usage examples:

I ricked my neck while i was playing squash.

Meanings of Hayride:

noun

A ride taken for pleasure in a wagon carrying hay.

Usage examples:

After our first dinner together, we take a hayride and tour camp.

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