Definition of Pony cart
1. Noun. A cart with an underslung axle and two seats.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pony Cart
Literary usage of Pony cart
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1. On & Off Duty in Annam by Gabrielle M. Vassal (1910)
"... Rang : Breakdown : Return to Phan Rang : New start in pony-cart : No relays ready : Balat : Change of scenery as we approached the hills : Exhaustion of ..."
2. A Trip Round the World in 1887-8 by William Sproston Caine (1888)
"Those who know most about them despair of ever SARCEE SQUAW AND PONY-CART. bringing them into harmony with Anglo-Saxon civilization, and say the reserve ..."
3. Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in by Edward William Cox (1875)
"The prisoner eloped with the prosecutor's wife, travelling in a eart which the wife took from her husband's yard. The prisoner sold the pony, cart, ..."
4. Seat Work and Industrial Occupations: A Practical Course for Primary Grades by Mary Louise Gilman, Elizabeth Baille Williams (1905)
"TO FOLD A pony cart Dictate: — Fold a square of paper into 16 squares. Fold and paste as for open box. Make with circle marker two circles twice the height ..."