Definition of Handcars

1. Noun. (plural of handcar) ¹



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Definition of Handcars

1. handcar [n] - See also: handcar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Handcars

handbooks
handbow
handbra
handbrake
handbrake turn
handbraked
handbrakes
handbraking
handbras
handbreadth
handbreadths
handbuild
handbuilt
handcar
handcare
handcars (current term)
handcart
handcarts
handclap
handclapping
handclaps
handclasp
handclasps
handcloth
handcloths
handcolour
handcops
handcraft
handcrafted
handcrafter

Literary usage of Handcars

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1. Leading Cases of the Court of Civil Appeals of the State of Tennessee: With by Jos C Higgins, Tennessee Court of Civil Appeals, Court of Civil Appeals, Tennessee (1915)
"Under rule 336, the section foremen are required to always accompany their handcars, and are required to use the utmost care in running them over the road, ..."

2. Maintenance of Way Standards on American Railways: And Rules and by Frederick Augustus Smith (1906)
""Section foremen must not leave their handcars standing upon double or single main track ... "When two or more handcars are running in the same direction, ..."

3. The Canada Law Journal by William S. Hein & Company (1917)
"... use of handcars on railroad tracks is not supposed to stop or interfere with ... to keep handcars off when trains approach, and that without any special ..."

4. Cassier's Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02877163] (1898)
"By means of these same capstans the handcars on which the material is ... The same crane is also used for putting the plates on the small handcars for ..."

5. Travel Letters from New Zealand, Australia and Africa by Edgar Watson Howe (1913)
"There is a double track, with branches to every important section of Mombasa. Every citizen of importance owns one or more handcars, called "trolleys," and ..."

6. Practical Track Work by Kenneth L. Van Auken (1915)
"Most handcars are manufactured with the idea of making them light running, ... handcars •Abstract from an article by Claude L. Van Auken, published in ..."

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