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Spell check of cart

Correct spelling: cart

armored car, remove, sled, carry, two-wheeler, drop behind, bus, coerce, tangle, sweep, chariot, boxcar, hearse, barge, gondola, wain, hale, jalopy, barrow, puff, van, ship, gig, lift, dogcart, drag, semi, tow truck, deliver, buckboard, walker, automobile, draw, roadster, hump, baby buggy, tumbrel, motorcycle, dredge, conveyance, train, pusher, sledge, fire engine, sedan, ambulance, garbage truck, embroil, drag on, shift, pushcart, baby carriage, boat, mannequin, stagecoach, express, dray, trail, tea trolley, moving van, drag out, car, cab, awning, dumpcart, plate glass, schlep, cash register, wheelbarrow, floor model, truck, sweep up, tractor, pickup, go-cart, hold, hang back, display case, landau, chaise, baby-walker, station wagon, wagon, shoulder, dispatch, case, send, dolly, haul, gocart, coupe, gurney, stroller, squeeze, auto, jeep, move, taxicab, handcart, drop back, limousine, get behind, listening post, brougham, perambulator, carriage, pressure, motorcar, pram, transfer, buggy, bicycle, transport, four-by-four, hand truck, transmit, caravan, bring, ferry, drag in, coach, bear, vehicle, taxi, convertible, convey, force, scuff, handbarrow, dummy, pushchair, shopping cart, delivery truck.

Examples of usage:

1) Not a lame or poor animal was to be found among them, either in hack, dray, or country- produce cart. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

2) He had just presence of mind enough left him to throw a handful of money to the landlady, and to bid her good- bye, then he followed the cart track which led into the valley, and hastily turned round the first corner without looking back. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

3) A cart which passed him in its slow progress up the hill, roused him from his painful thoughts. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.