Haymow

Part of speech: noun

A mass of hay stored in a barn.

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Usage examples "haymow":

  1. It takes only a little imagination to visualize such a building remodeled into a country home with a generous stone chimney and fireplace occupying one of the end walls of a former haymow. - "If You're Going to Live in the Country", Thomas H. Ormsbee and Richmond Huntley.
  2. One would think that the proverbial search for a needle in a haymow would be an easy task compared with that of a fly about as large as the head of a pin finding a butterfly egg of similar size upon some part of one of the millions of leaves upon the trees and shrubs in field and forest. - "Butterflies Worth Knowing", Clarence M. Weed.
  3. Drew glanced up at the haymow from which Callie had just descended. - "Rebel Spurs", Andre Norton.