dray

Part of speech: noun

A strong, heavy, low vehicle.

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Usage examples "dray":

  1. Driving and dray horses may step short with the front feet, or show a stilty action. - "Common Diseases of Farm Animals", R. A. Craig, D. V. M..
  2. Each was dressed in a pale washed- out fabric, with voluminous sleeves tight at the wrists, and had her grey hair in a large cluster of curls at the temple, the back hair being kept in place by a large tortoiseshell comb similar in shape to the leather withers protector carried on the collar by the horses in a brewer's dray. - "A Double Knot", George Manville Fenn.
  3. Hank, most ministers don't ride around the country on a moving dray. - "Green Valley", Katharine Reynolds.