haystack

Part of speech: noun

A conical pile of hay stacked in the open air.

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Usage examples "haystack":

  1. The sort to take out behind the barn on the sunny side of the haystack, and, with a pocketful of juicy apples and your heels kicking the air, pass happy hours with Captain Lawton’ s young heroes. - "The Boy Aviators' Flight for a Fortune", Wilbur Lawton.
  2. Onlie one small Dwelling at hand, little better than a crazy Haystack; Sheep in the Field, Bees in the Honeysuckle; and a little rippling Rivulet flowing on continually. - "Mary Powell & Deborah's Diary", Anne Manning.
  3. On my advice she has given up her search for a mythical needle mythically buried in this park haystack. - "Lonesome Town", Ethel and James Dorrance.