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  • n  wheeled vehicle that can be pushed by a person; may have one or two or four wheels
    he used a handcart to carry the rocks away

  • After ten years, during which he had faced execution ten separate times, their son, now 40, walked through the gates pulling a handcart piled with his possessions.
  • April 10, 2003 A man salvages the head of a statue of Saddam Hussein and wheels it away in a handcart.
  • They kept a high profile, dressing in robes and wheeling their possessions around in an elaborate handcart Mitchell had crafted.

  • Alison Arngrim in Los Angeles Times (blog)
    TMZ did a story a few years ago,she said in a recent interview. "They put a halo on me and devil horns on her. It was freakin' hilarious. Never mind that the world is going to hell in a handcart. But wait! Two middle-aged child stars don't...
  • David Cameron in This is London
    We have retreated into our homes and we need to reclaim the streets, to resocialise the streets, the parks, the playgrounds,Mr Cameron said. "I am not saying we have gone to hell in a handcart and it's all disastrous - but it does mean...
  • Giles Coren in National Post
    Giles Coren, restaurant critic for The Times of London, calls bottled water "hell in a handcart" because of its "billions of unnecessary food miles, non-biodegradable waste [and] millions"

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