Definition of Rickyards
1. rickyard [n] - See also: rickyard
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rickyards
Literary usage of Rickyards
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. George Eliot's Works by George Eliot (1893)
"The land around was rich and marly, great corn-stalks stood in the rickyards, — for the rick-burners had not found their way hither; the homesteads were ..."
2. Picturesque History of Yorkshire: Being an Account of the History by Joseph Smith Fletcher (1899)
"... of rocks and stones from the same source; old timbers, worn and frayed by much tossing on the waters, lie about the corners of the folds and rickyards. ..."
3. The New McGuffey Fourth Reader by William Holmes McGuffey (1901)
"Yoho, past streams, in which the cattle cool their feet, and where the rushes grow; past paddock- fences, farms, and rickyards ; past last year's stacks, ..."
4. Prideaux's Precedents in Conveyancing: With Dissertations on Its Law and by Frederick Prideaux, John Whitcombe (1899)
"THE TENANT shall stack To stack in in the barns and rickyards in the last year of the tenancy all the produce of corn, grain, and hay produced on the said ..."