Mackenzie sat with his back to a haycock thinking in this vein.
The Haycock cannot crow; he has no brains, No,—not enough to go in when it rains.
He is not gamy,—fighting's not his forte, A Haycock fight is just no sort of sport.
Then he drove along beside a haycock and stopped the horses.
His haycock, too, was as large as a hill in comparison with those of his brothers.
The “Haycock” ceased to be an inn, and is now occupied as a hunting-box.
They had to be driven back to the “Haycock,” and Barker took them on to Stamford.
The child sneezed again so violently that she nearly fell into the haycock.
Do not you think that Haycock contrasts extremely well with this Temple?
I am innocent of having ever endangered the life of a haycock.