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horse, plural; horses, plural;
  1. Provide (a person or vehicle) with a horse or horses

  1. A solid-hoofed plant-eating domesticated mammal with a flowing mane and tail, used for riding, racing, and to carry and pull loads

  2. An adult male horse; a stallion or gelding

  3. A wild mammal of the horse family

  4. Cavalry
    • - forty horse and sixty foot
  5. A frame or structure on which something is mounted or supported, esp. a sawhorse

  6. A horizontal bar, rail, or rope in the rigging of a sailing ship for supporting something

  7. Heroin

  8. A unit of horsepower
    • - the huge 63-horse 701-cc engine
  9. An obstruction in a vein

  1. provide with a horse or horses
  2. solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times
  3. a padded gymnastic apparatus on legs
  4. cavalry: troops trained to fight on horseback; "500 horse led the attack"
  5. sawhorse: a framework for holding wood that is being sawed
  6. knight: a chessman shaped to resemble the head of a horse; can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa)
  7. The horse (Equus ferus caballus) is a hooved (ungulate) mammal, a subspecies of the family Equidae. The horse has evolved over the past 45 to 55 million years from a small multi-toed creature into the large, single-toed animal of today. ...
  8. The knight is a piece in the game of chess, representing a knight (armoured cavalry). It is normally represented by a horse's head and neck. Each player starts with two knights, which start on the rank closest to the player, one square from the corner. ...
  9. Variations of basketball are games or activities based on, or similar to, the game of basketball, in which the player utilizes common basketball skills. ...
  10. Horse is the geological technical term used for any block of rock completely separated from the surrounding rock either by mineral veins or fault planes. In mining the term refers to a block of country rock entirely encased within a mineral lode. ...
  11. The vault is an artistic gymnastics apparatus, as well as the skill performed using that apparatus. Vaulting is also the action of performing a vault. Both male and female gymnasts perform the vault. The English abbreviation for the event in gymnastics scoring is VT.
  12. Aśvaḥ (अश्) is the Sanskrit word for a "horse", one of the significant animals finding references in the Vedas as well as later Hindu scriptures. The corresponding Avestan term is aspa. The word is cognate to Latin equus, Greek ίππος (hippos), Germanic *ehwaz and Baltic *ašvā all from PIE *hek'wos.
  13. A hoofed mammal (scientific name Equus caballus); Any current or extinct animal of the family Equidae, including the zebra or the ass; Cavalry soldiers (often capitalized); In gymnastics, a piece of equipment with a body on two or four legs, approximately four feet high with two handles on top ...
  14. (horseness) The quality of being a horse
  15. (Horses) (Non fiction) (2000)
  16. (Horses) (big, Shire-like warhorses i think)
  17. (Horses) A mare may be 4 to 10 days in heat and about 14 days in diestrus. Thus a cycle may be short, such as 3 weeks. Horses mate in spring and summer, autumn is a transition time, and anestrus rules the winter.
  18. (Horses) A matchcover category with a photos or picture or a horse. Usually, the name is not enough.
  19. (Horses) The best polo mounts are Argentinian. Their main characteristics are speed, endurance, and ability to accelerate and turn quickly. Horses in this sport are often known as ‘polo ponies’ regardless of size.
  20. (Horses) What you can’t contend with after the footmen tire thee.
  21. (Horses) are accepted on the strict condition that they are in good health, wormed and not carrying any transferable diseases. ...
  22. (horses) tele solofanua/solofanua e tele
  23. (Horsing) Passing a small amount of money to another player after winning a pot; scooting.
  24. (Horsing) Putting too much pressure on a fish, in a vain attempt to bring it in quickly.  Often results in a broken line.  (see also: Greenhorn, Doink)
  25. (Horsing) placing of upper on last in a proper position for lasting.