hayfield hayfield  /ˈheɪ ˌfild/


  • (n) a field where grass or alfalfa are grown to be made into hay


  1. Most work no longer involves a hayfield, a coal mine or a sweatshop, but a field for social intercourse.
  2. They emerge almost imperceptibly from next to nothing and a moment later become a blooming hayfield of blundering frustrations.
  3. One night, after working in a Montana hayfield, he was trying to sleep in a bunkhouse when the great idea came to him.


  • Crawford County man hurt in one-car crash

    SAEGERTOWN -- A Cambridge Springs man was taken to UPMC Hamot for treatment following a one-car crash in Hayfield Township, near Saegertown, this morning.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Erie Times-News

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  • "We started in a hayfield not that long ago," says Hazel McCallion, 85, recently elected mayor for the 11th time. "There were mistakes made, which we're now filling in. We're no longer a bedroom community, but we ended up with subdivisions...
    on Nov 23, 2006 By: Hazel McCallion Source: Toronto Star

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