All at once she twisted round and threw herself petulantly down from the haycock.
The haycock cannot crow; he has no brains, No,—not enough to go in when it rains.
The field, and the haycock, with the blue sky above, certainly formed a very pretty bed-chamber.
He is not gamy,—fighting's not his forte, A haycock fight is just no sort of sport.
When he was gone, my father called me to him, and we sat down beneath the elm, on a haycock.
Mackenzie sat with his back to a haycock thinking in this vein.
The only accident of the day came when Bleriot damaged his propeller in colliding with a haycock.
They had to be driven back to the “haycock,” and Barker took them on to Stamford.
Now it happened that my way led me near a haycock, and as I neared this haycock I heard voices from the other side of it.
The Fuegian wigwam resembles, in size and dimensions, a haycock.