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haystack

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Pronunciation: /ˈheɪstak
 
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Definition of haystack in English:

noun

A packed pile of hay, typically with a pointed or ridged top.
Example sentences
  • Some confiscated materials were found in the houses and some weapons were even found in manure piles and haystacks.
  • Weather conditions are extreme at the moment and the Country Fire Authority is again warning farmers who are cutting hay to be careful their haystacks don't spontaneously combust.
  • He uses 19th-century cameras to produce images of ordinary farm objects such as haystacks and homegrown vegetables.

Words that rhyme with haystack

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