Definition of Hay bale
1. Noun. A bale of hay.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hay Bale
Literary usage of Hay bale
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Famous War Correspondents by Frederic Lauriston Bullard (1914)
"The thirty-five men on board lay quietly under cover of their hay bale», ... Richardson leaped into the river and a hay-bale wmj roll«! off to him. ..."
2. The Secret Service, the Field, the Dungeon, and the Escape by Albert Deane Richardson (1865)
"It struck about four feet from my hay-bale, which was now a few yards from ... But it did me no greater harm than partially to overturn my hay-bale and dip ..."
3. Modern Mechanism: Exhibiting the Latest Progress in Machines, Motors, and by D. Appleton and Company (1892)
"hay bale. transversely to its senes of layers, and along grooves on the inner faces of the compressing surfaces of the movable bulkheads in the press-box, ..."
4. The Forage and Fiber Crops in America by Thomas Forsyth Hunt (1907)
"The weight of the hay bale is variable, but in general the markets recognize three sizes: large bales weigh from 200 to 250 pounds, medium bales from 120 to ..."
5. Cotton and Cotton Oil: Cotton ... Cotton Seed Oil Mills ... Cattle Feeding by Daniel Augustus Tompkins (1901)
"It was proposed to bind these with wire as a hay bale is bound, and then to slip them into a canvass sack, which could be returned to the ginner by the ..."
6. A Manual of Weeds: With Descriptions of All the Most Pernicious and by Ada Eljiva Georgia (1914)
"When shipped away for sale, a hay-bale may contain a large percentage of Ox-eye Daisy, Yarrow, Ragweed, or Wild Carrot, rendering it unpalatable and ..."