a large-wheeled rake drawn by a horse.
[hawrs] /hɔrs/ noun, plural horses (especially collectively) horse. 1. a large, solid-hoofed, herbivorous quadruped, Equus caballus, domesticated since prehistoric times, bred in a number of varieties, and used for carrying or pulling loads, for riding, and for racing. 2. a fully mature male animal of this type; stallion. 3. any of several odd-toed ungulates belonging […]
noun 1. common sense. noun 1. another term for common sense n. 1832, American English colloquial, from horse (n.), perhaps in referfence to the animal’s qualities, or the abilites of hostlers and coachmen with the animals, perhaps from the same association of “strong, large, coarse” found in horseradish. noun phrase Good sense and shrewdness: horse […]
[hawrs-shit, hawrsh-] /ˈhɔrsˌʃɪt, ˈhɔrʃ-/ Slang: Vulgar. noun 1. nonsense, lies, or exaggeration. 2. tedious, annoying, or unreasonable chores, demands, regulations, or the like. interjection 3. (used to express disbelief, incredulity, etc.) /ˈhɔːsˌʃɪt/ noun 1. (slang) rubbish; nonsense interjection An exclamation of disbelief, disapproval, and contempt: Horseshit! I’ll never believe that modifier (also horsebleep): Superstar! What […]
[hawrs-shoo, hawrsh-] /ˈhɔrsˌʃu, ˈhɔrʃ-/ noun 1. a U -shaped metal plate, plain or with calks, nailed to a horse’s hoof to protect it from being injured by hard or rough surfaces. 2. something U -shaped, as a valley, river bend, or other natural feature: We picnicked in the middle of a horseshoe of trees. 3. […]