They shove the Worm over the cliff into the sea, and bear off the treasure in wains.
In the train of wains laden with supplies a man lay on top of the goods.
The wains stopped; the pedestrians halted and gaped and gasped.
"Maybe Mrs. Boyle an' th' wains are as hungry as we are," Anna remarked.
Most of us are away with the wains, and others make holiday.
They bade the game which Siegfried's hand had slain, be carried home on wains.
Then men leaped on their horses, and their women were set in wains.
The narrow streets are blocked with the wains bringing down, in boxes of every shape and size, the up-country rough leaf.
Bless his wife an' wains, bless them in basket an' store an' take good care of his oul mare.
Those chariots, to the axle-trees of which scythes were fixed, were called covini, or wains.