Part of speech: verb

To mount or carry, as on a horse; furnish horses for.

Part of speech: noun

A solid hoofed quadruped having a mane and tail of long coarse hair, and relatively small ears and head.

Part of speech: noun

The male of the horse.

Part of speech: noun

Mounted troops; cavalry.

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Usage examples "horse":

  1. And Estelle's got no end of horse sense. - "Aurora the Magnificent", Gertrude Hall.
  2. They were all on horse- back. - "Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans", Edward Eggleston.
  3. Said as how he could understand why you wanted to have them- But your horse! - "Ride Proud, Rebel!", Andre Alice Norton.