You're like a calf betwixt two hayricks; you have a nibble at the one and a nibble at the other.
Hardly had he done so before a glare of red light, not far to the right, told of hayricks set on fire by Warwick's men.
For Cruikshank gives lamenting and terrified humanity to hayricks pursued by filthy smoke.
There were tents with flying standards, tethered stads, pyramids of stacked spears like hayricks, and pacing sentries.
The hayricks were very small, and even these were often lacking, for barefooted women staggered under large bundles of hay.
On the edges of the water the islanders build their hayricks, redolent of rural life, and set up their stacks of brown turf.
The people in the neighbourhood were busily employed in trying to save their hayricks from destruction.
There were no hayricks, but there were clumps of fern and soft sand covered thickly with the brown needles of pine.
The houses and cottages, which at a distance might be mistaken for hayricks, stand around it, lost in admiration of its beauty.
They have lost everything, you know; their hayricks and cattle as well as their house; I guess it won't be half enough.