A small, usually two-wheeled cart pulled or pushed by hand.(noun)
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Use "handcart" in a sentence
"Talking to the Daily Mail about falling standards and everything going to hell in a handcart is obviously preaching to the converted."
"We found Mr. Singer waiting with a little kind of handcart to which was harnessed a little old donkey ..."
"Manish Swarup/Associated Press A vendor sat on his handcart and fed leaves to his goat in New Delhi Tuesday."