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Some e-cargo bikes, like the Urban Arrow, are front-loaders, with an open or closed box that looks like a wheelbarrow mounted at the front.

Not wanting to keep bending over to pick up each one, I'm able to get most of them into the wheelbarrow using a "grabber" tool.

He and his friend huffed the iron wheelbarrow up the ridge, lashed it onto the Jeep.

They never get on a bicycle, or use a wheelbarrow; it's animal power, a home-distilled-ethanol truck, or nothing.

Ngai cites William Carlos Williams's red wheelbarrow, and his cat climbing out of the jam closet.

This cross between a wheelbarrow and a sedan-chair was supported and trundled along the street by four bearers.

These mounds are usually about eighteen feet apart, and consist of about as much earth as would fill a very large wheelbarrow.

She laughed as she put her foot on the wheelbarrow, hitching her skirt up where it bound her knee.

The ship porter, when he brought the loaded wheelbarrow, would take back to the ship the empty one.

I left the wheelbarrow forgotten in the road, and we ran up the slope together, turned at the door, and gazed back.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wheelbarrow, such as: rickshaw, truck, wagon, barrow, buggy, and dolly.

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