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(n.) A level oblong space surrounded on three sides by seats of wood, earth, or stone, rising in tiers one above another, and divided lengthwise through the middle by a barrier around which the track or course was laid out. It was used for chariot races, games, and public shows.
(n.) A circular inclosure for the exhibition of feats of horsemanship, acrobatic displays, etc. Also, the company of performers, with their equipage.
(n.) A hoofed quadruped of the genus Equus
(n.) The male of the genus horse, in distinction from the female or male
(n.) Mounted soldiery
(n.) A frame with legs, used to support something
(n.) A frame of timber, shaped like a horse, on which soldiers were made to ride for punishment.
(n.) Anything, actual or figurative, on which one rides as on a horse
(n.) A mass of earthy matter, or rock of the same character as the wall rock, occurring in the course of a vein, as of coal or ore
(n.) See Footrope, a.
(a.) A breastband for a leadsman.
(a.) An iron bar for a sheet traveler to slide upon.
(a.) A jackstay.
(v. t.) To provide with a horse, or with horses
(v. t.) To sit astride of
(v. t.) To cover, as a mare
(v. t.) To take or carry on the back
(v. t.) To place on the back of another, or on a wooden horse, etc., to be flogged
(v. i.) To get on horseback.
(n.) The large nutlike seed of a species of Aesculus (Ae. Hippocastanum), formerly ground, and fed to horses, whence the name.
(n.) The tree itself, which was brought from Constantinople in the beginning of the sixteenth century, and is now common in the temperate zones of both hemispheres. The native American species are called buckeyes.
(n.) A dose of physic for a horse.
(n.) The appliance by which the dose is administred.
|Horse Guards |
() A body of cavalry so called
(n.) A professional rider and trainer of race horses.
(n.) A trainer and dealer in horses.
(n.) A large blood-sucking leech (Haemopsis vorax), of Europe and Northern Africa. It attacks the lips and mouths of horses.
(n.) A farrier
(n.) The business of a farrier
(n.) A carriage hung on poles, and borne by and between two horses.
|Horse power |
() The power which a horse exerts.
|Horse power |
() A unit of power, used in stating the power required to drive machinery, and in estimating the capabilities of animals or steam engines and other prime movers for doing work. It is the power required for the performance of work at the rate of 33,000 English units of work per minute
|Horse power |
() A machine worked by a horse, for driving other machinery
(n.) A plant of the genus Nasturtium (N. Armoracia), allied to scurvy grass, having a root of a pungent taste, much used, when grated, as a condiment and in medicine.
(a.) Drawn by one horse
(n.) A mantis.
(n.) The figure of a horse, mounted upon rockers, for children to ride.
|Sea horse |
() A fabulous creature, half horse and half fish, represented in classic mythology as driven by sea dogs or ridden by the Nereids. It is also depicted in heraldry. See Hippocampus.
|Sea horse |
() The walrus.
|Sea horse |
() Any fish of the genus Hippocampus.
(n.) A horse, or a figure resembling a horse, behind which a hunter conceals himself from the game he is aiming to kill.
(n.) Fig.: Something used to cover up a secret project
(n.) A stallion, esp. one kept for breeding.
|horse racing||the sport of racing horses|
|circus||a performance given by a traveling company of acrobats, clowns, and trained animals, the children always love to go to the circus|
|threeing circus||a circus with simultaneous performances in three rings|
|circus carnival||a frenetic disorganized (and often comic) disturbance suggestive of a large public entertainment, it was so funny it was a circus, the whole occasion had a carnival atmosphere|
|horse breeding||breeding horses|
|horse trade |
|the swapping of horses (accompanied by much bargaining)|
|small fish with horse-like heads bent sharply downward and curled tails, swim in upright position|
|a genus of haws comprising the harriers|
|marsh harrier |
|Old World harrier frequenting marshy regions|
|Montagu's harrier |
|brownish European harrier|
|marsh hawk |
|common harrier of North America and Europe, nests in marshes and open land|
horse of the wood
|large black Old World grouse|
seahorse sea horse
|either of two large northern marine mammals having ivory tusks and tough hide over thick blubber|
|horse's foot||the hoof of a horse|
|horse botfly |
|parasitic chiefly on horses|
|large swift fly the female of which sucks blood of various animals|
|horse tick |
horsefly Hippobosca equina
|winged fly parasitic on horses|
|solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times|
|earliest horse, extinct primitive dog-sized four-toed Eocene animal|
|male horse||the male of species Equus caballus|
|female equine animal|
|saddle horse |
|a lightweight horse kept for riding only|
|cavalry horse||horse trained for battle|
|quarter horse||a small powerful horse originally bred for sprinting in quarter-mile races in Virginia|
|Tennessee walker |
Tennessee walking horse
Plantation walking horse
|a horse marked by stamina and trained to move at a fast running walk|
|American saddle horse||a high-stepping horse originating in Kentucky|
|wild horse||undomesticated or feral domestic horse|
|Przewalski's horse |
Equus caballus przewalskii
Equus caballus przevalskii
|wild horse of central Asia that resembles an ass, now endangered|
|plow horse |
|a horse used to pull a plow|
|a horse bred for racing|
|two-year-old horse |
two year old
|a racehorse that is two years old|
|three-year-old horse |
three year old
|a racehorse that is three years old|
|dark horse||a racehorse about which little is known|
|stalking-horse||a horse behind which a hunter hides while stalking game|
|harness horse||horse used for pulling vehicles|
|draft horse |
|horse adapted for drawing heavy loads|
|draft horse kept for pulling carts|
|farm horse |
|a quiet plodding workhorse|
|British breed of large heavy draft horse|
|pole horse |
|a draft horse harnessed alongside the shaft or pole of a vehicle|
|wheel horse |
|a draft horse harnessed behind others and nearest the wheels of a vehicle|
|post horse |
|a horse kept at an inn or post house for use by mail carriers or for rent to travelers|
|coach horse||strong draft horse for drawing coaches|
|trotting horse |
|a horse trained to trot, especially a horse trained for harness racing|
|pole horse||the horse having a starting position next to the inside rail in a harness race|
|massive thick-skinned herbivorous animal living in or around rivers of tropical Africa|
|moonfish Atlantic moonfish |
dollarfish Selene setapinnis
|any of several silvery marine fishes with very flat bodies|
|horse mackerel jack mackerel |
Spanish mackerel saurel Trachurus symmetricus
|a California food fish|
|horse mackerel saurel Trachurus trachurus||large elongated compressed food fish of the Atlantic waters of Europe|
horse mackerel Thunnus thynnus
|largest tuna, to pounds, of mostly temperate seas: feed in polar regions but breed in tropics|
|circus||an arena consisting of an oval or circular area enclosed by tiers of seats and usually covered by a tent, they used the elephants to help put up the circus|
|circus||(antiquity) an open-air stadium for chariot races and gladiatorial games|
|circus tent |
|a canvas tent to house the audience at a circus performance, he was afraid of a fire in the circus tent, they had the big top up in less than an hour|
|a child's plaything consisting of an imitation horse mounted on rockers, the child straddles it and pretends to ride|
|horse gymnastic horse||a padded gymnastic apparatus on legs|
|horse cart |
|heavy cart, drawn by a horse, used for farm work|
|horse-drawn vehicle||a wheeled vehicle drawn by one or more horses|
|horse pistol |
|a large pistol (usually in a holster) formerly carried by horsemen|
|horse-trail||a trail for horses|
|iron horse||(c. ) an early term for a locomotive|
|a chessman shaped to resemble the head of a horse, can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa)|
|pommel horse |
|a gymnastic horse with a cylindrical body covered with leather and two upright handles (pommels) near the center, held upright by two steel supports, one at each end|
|saddle blanket |
|stable gear consisting of a blanket placed under the saddle|
|a framework for holding wood that is being sawed|
|a farm building for housing horses or other livestock|
|stalking-horse||screen consisting of a figure of a horse behind which a hunter hides while stalking game|
|stick horse||a child's plaything consisting on an imitation horse's head on one end of a stick|
|towel rack |
|a rack consisting of one or more bars on which towels can be hung|
|Trojan Horse |
|a large hollow wooden figure of a horse (filled with Greek soldiers) left by the Greeks outside Troy during the Trojan War|
|vaulting horse |
|a gymnastic horse without pommels and with one end elongated, used lengthwise for vaulting|
|common sense |
sense mother wit
|sound practical judgment, Common sense is not so common, he hasn't got the sense God gave little green apples, fortunately she had the good sense to run away|
|high horse||an attitude of arrogant superiority, get off your high horse and admit you are wrong|
|a program that appears desirable but actually contains something harmful, the contents of a trojan can be a virus or a worm, when he downloaded the free game it turned out to be a trojan horse|
|a film about life in the western United States during the period of exploration and development|
|something serving to conceal plans, a fictitious reason that is concocted in order to conceal the real reason|
|horse trading||negotiation accompanied by mutual concessions and shrewd bargaining|
|a wave that is blown by the wind so its crest is broken and appears white|
|horse race||a contest of speed between horses, usually held for the purpose of betting|
|broad bean horse bean||a bean plant cultivated for use animal fodder|
|circus||a travelling company of entertainers, including trained animals, he ran away from home to join the circus|
|fifth column |
|a subversive group that supports the enemy and engages in espionage or sabotage, an enemy in your midst|
|horse cavalry||an army unit mounted on horseback|
|cavalry horse cavalry horse||troops trained to fight on horseback, horse led the attack|
|horse latitude||either of two belts or regions neardegrees north ordegrees south, characterized by calms and light-baffling winds|
|circus acrobat||an acrobat who performs acrobatic feats in a circus|
|dark horse||a political candidate who is not well known but could win unexpectedly|
|horse doctor||a veterinarian who treats horses|
|horseman horse fancier||a person who breeds and cares for horses|
|horse trader||a hard bargainer|
|horse wrangler |
|a cowboy who takes care of the saddle horses|
|stalking-horse||a candidate put forward to divide the Opposition or to mask the true candidate|
|Crazy Horse |
|a chief of the Sioux who resisted the invasion of the Black Hills and joined Sitting Bull in the defeat of General Custer at Little Bighorn (-)|
|coarse Eurasian plant cultivated for its thick white pungent root|
|prickly lettuce |
|European annual wild lettuce having prickly stems, a troublesome weed in parts of United States|
brier briar Smilax rotundifolia
|a very prickly woody vine of the eastern United States growing in tangled masses having tough round stems with shiny leathery leaves and small greenish flowers followed by clusters of inedible shiny black berries|
|pink shower |
pink shower tree
horse cassia Cassia grandis
|tropical American semi-evergreen tree having erect racemes of pink or roseolored flowers, used as an ornamental|
|horse cassia Cassia roxburghii |
|East Indian tree having long pods containing a black cathartic pulp used as a horse medicine|
|horse gram |
poor man's pulse
|twining herb of Old World tropics cultivated in India for food and fodder, sometimes placed in genus Dolichos|
|coarse weedy American perennial herb with large usually perfoliate leaves and purple or dull red flowers|
|horse chestnut |
|tree having palmate leaves and large clusters of white to red flowers followed by brown shiny inedible seeds|