wheelbarrow

Part of speech: noun

A box - like vehicle with ordinarily one wheel and two handles.

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Usage examples "wheelbarrow":

  1. The groom was locked for hours in the old bear cage on the Rim, and his wife was loaded into a wheelbarrow and rolled back and forth across the railroad tracks until the Chief called a halt to that. - "I Married a Ranger", Dama Margaret Smith.
  2. What on earth do they want of a wheelbarrow? - "Tabitha's Vacation", Ruth Alberta Brown.
  3. Uncle Peter loaded the melons into his wheelbarrow and Zebedee and Jo Winn swung the baskets on a stout pole which they carried between them. - "Vacation with the Tucker Twins", Nell Speed.