Definition of Rickyard
1. a yard for storing ricks [n -S]
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Literary usage of Rickyard
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1. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1876)
"... to talk to her in the days long ago, when she had often stolen away from the Hall kitchen to meet him in the rickyard, amid the ricks of scented hay. ..."
2. Lorna Doone: A Romance of Exmoor by Richard Doddridge Blackmore (1893)
"... or go the rounds with the troopers; but betook myself to the rickyard, knowing that the Doones were likely to begin their onset there. ..."
3. Lorna Doone: A Romance of Exmoor by Richard Doddridge Blackmore (1893)
"Therefore I was not content to abide within the house, or go the rounds with the troopers; but betook myself to the rickyard, knowing that the ..."
4. Nature Near London by Richard Jefferies (1883)
"Between the gatepost and the wall that encloses the rickyard more straws are ... The wheat, and barley, and hay carted home to the rickyard contain the ..."
5. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1879)
"From where he stood, it was a less distance to the farm than to the rickyard, and it would have been the natural instinct of all those excellent persons ..."
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