Four-in-hand



[fawr-in-hand, fohr-] /ˈfɔr ɪnˌhænd, ˈfoʊr-/

noun
1.
a long necktie to be tied in a slipknot with the ends left hanging.
2.
a vehicle drawn by four horses and driven by one person.
3.
a team of four horses.
adjective
4.
of or relating to a four-in-hand.
noun
1.
Also called tally-ho. a road vehicle drawn by four horses and driven by one driver
2.
a four-horse team in a coach or carriage
3.
a long narrow tie formerly worn tied in a flat slipknot with the ends dangling

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