wheelbarrow

[ hweel-bar-oh, weel- ]SEE DEFINITION OF wheelbarrow
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHEELBARROW

Can you get yourself home from this spot, or shall I borrow a wheelbarrow and tote you there?

I 've sent Bob for your things with the wheelbarrow; what have you got?

Old Laird Fisher was trundling a wheelbarrow on the bank of the smelting-house.

He went to a sand-bank with the wheelbarrow, and shovelled in a load of sand.

A boy was going to wheel his little sister in a wheelbarrow.

The thousand came with their wheelbarrow and rolled him back.

Here we are at the landing, and there is the wheelbarrow brigade.

Half a mile ahead of them was a knot of men, gathered about what might have been a wheelbarrow.

Sam sat down in the wheelbarrow and stared at his friend almost with awe.

I should be glad to see her even in a wheelbarrow for my part.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-14c., from wheel (n.) + barrow (n.1).

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