Bill has been raking with the horse-rake, or, worse, mowing pease all day.
I had gone to him with a part of a horse-rake which I had broken on one of my stony hills'.
We called him Goliath, he was so tall: strong as an elephant, too: a powerful hand at a horse-rake and mowing-machine.
He had been on the horse-rake, and, having finished, came to help her to put the hay in cocks.
In the haying she operated the horse-rake, and helped man the hay-fork in filling the barns.
He had been on the horse-rake, and having finished, came to help her to put the hay in cocks.
That beautiful green passageway happened to be a short cut from the meadow, and horse-rake and hay-wagon made the ravage complete.
It is so much easier to slouch over when sitting on horse-rake, mower, or harvester, that most persons do it.