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Cart, subst. 1) a carriage on two wheels used by husbandmen: “then to c. with Rosalind,” As III, 2, 114. “provide some --s and bring away the armour,” R2 II, 2, 106. “may not an ass know when the c. draws the horse?” Lr. I, 4, 244. “I cannot draw a c.” V, 3, 38.
2) the vehicle in which criminals are carried to execution: “if I become not a c. as well as another man,” H4A II, 4, 546.
3) the car or chariot of Phoebus: “Phoebus' c.” Hml. III, 2, 165.
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