I can turn the canoe over me and be dry as a mouse in a hayrick.
But we cannot regard the cleavage of the tree as the same in character as that of the hayrick.
He said he could live upon blackberries, nuts and field turnips, and was willing to sleep on a hayrick.
And round this hayrick stood a crowd of men a positive crowd!'
Place hayricks and cornstacks alternately; the hayrick will check the progress of the fire.
I knelt, up there on the hayrick, and let my thanks go with his to heaven's gate.
And Aulicus, we see, accuses him of concealing his bravery in a hayrick.
Gossip runs along the shores of the Bosporus like fire along a hayrick.
Nevertheless, I declined to wait, unless he could find me a hayrick to sleep in; for the insects of grass only tickle.
The horses have stopped work and are steaming with sweat under the hayrick.