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  • n. A rake drawn by a horse.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A rake drawn by a horse.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A large rake drawn by a horse. See rake.


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horse +‎ rake


  • Diligent research has failed to discover any reliable information on the invention of the hayrake, though a horserake was patented as early as

    The Age of Invention : a chronicle of mechanical conquest

  • The toothed, horse-drawn cultivator has nearly displaced "the man with the hoe," while the scythe, slow and back-breaking, is everywhere getting out of the way of the mowing-machine and the horserake.

    Agriculture for Beginners Revised Edition

  • Washington was a farmer, yet he never in his life beheld a tomato, nor a cauliflower, nor an eggplant, nor a horserake, nor a drill, nor a reaper and binder, nor a threshing machine, nor a barbed wire fence.

    A School History of the United States


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    May 5, 2010

  • Don't forget computer-aided design (and drafting), CAD.

    May 4, 2010

  • Don't forget horse-drawn wagons and other conveyances and implements. Horses aren't the sketchy beasts some folks make them out to be. Nearly every horse can become a proficient draughtsman, or draft animal.

    May 4, 2010

  • Rakes allow themselves to be models for horses?

    May 4, 2010

  • noun/ A rake drawn by a horse. (Webster's Dictionary)

    Horses know how to draw rakes?

    May 4, 2010