handcart


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Wikipedia.

handcart

a simple cart, usually with one or two wheels, pushed or drawn by hand
References in periodicals archive ?
When the church opened the ranch, it decided to give visitors the opportunity to honor the handcart pioneers by wheeling replica carts along the trail to the cove.
They deserve to have a special statue, showing them with their handcarts.
A handcart pusher, Asif Khan while talking to reporter said that he sold red coloured beverages every summer and earned enough money as it was a season for the cold drinks business.
I wonder, however, that as he pushed his laden handcart up Broad Street whether he nipped into the Hyatt Hotel to say his goodbyes.
LET'S hope life doesn't imitate art, because if it does then we're all going to hell in a handcart.
The Boy Scouts in bob-a-job week with their handcart and the appeal of a good cause, or the rag and bone man with his swaps for balloons or goldfish?
No finer taste than that first sip, which tells you the world may be going to hell in a handcart but so long as you can get a decent pint all is not lost.
We have had a few attacks, some murders, some public unrest, and editors have decided the nation has gone to hell in a handcart.
Education Secretary Alan Johnson said: "I don't accept the views of those who seek to portray our nation and its children as well on its way to hell in a handcart - but I agree we should ensure A levels remain stretching.
But the Handcart Crew, of which I am one, are quite right to rage.
I may have been just a guy pushing a handcart around the lot, but those little giveaways made me feel that I had a stake in that movie.
KHYBER AGENCY -- An attempt to smuggle narcotics from Afghanistan to Pakistan was thwarted by the Khasadar force and recovered eight and half 1/2 kilogram hashish from luggage of an Afghan national and also arrested a handcart pusher boy, official sources said on Friday.