handcart

noun
hand·cart | \ˈhan(d)-ˌkärt \

Definition of handcart 

: a cart drawn or pushed by hand

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Musa Barbad with a handcart, left high school to join the peace march that arrived in Kabul Monday. Habib Khan Totakhil, WSJ, "Afghan Marchers Make Their Own Long Journey for Peace," 18 June 2018 Several activists surrounded a deliveryman with a handcart loaded with milk cartons. William Booth, Washington Post, "Spain’s king calls independence vote by Catalonia ‘totally outside law and democracy’," 3 Oct. 2017 There will be programs, pioneer costumes, handcarts, games, stories and remembrance of the pioneers whose legacy lives on in the valleys of the Mountain West. Glenna Christensen, idahostatesman, "Mormons celebrate 2 meaningful dates in July," 7 July 2017 On a recent Thursday afternoon, the restrooms had dozens of users in the span of an hour, most toting bags or pulling handcarts and suitcases. Anita Chabria, sacbee.com, "Homeless are Central Library’s most frequent patrons – but not for the books," 18 May 2017

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First Known Use of handcart

1640, in the meaning defined above

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