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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A low heavy horse cart without sides.

Usage examples (27)
  • However, the word dray must be archaic now for all practical purposes.
  • I just discovered that a squirrel's nest is called a dray (4,160 Google hits) or drey (826).
  • Clarence called a dray, and had all Flora's things conveyed to the house he was fitting up as his residence.
  • Modeled after the big kids 'tractor pull, children ages 4-14 will pedal tractors pulling a dray, which is a weight. for more
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