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1A stack of hay.
haystack, rick, hayrick, stook, mow, haymow, barleymowView synonyms
- ‘The barns, like the one with haymow brimming in the Department of Agriculture image, were constructed around here in the late 1800s.’
- 1.1 A part of a barn in which hay is stored.
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