[hawrs-hwip, -wip] /ˈhɔrsˌʰwɪp, -ˌwɪp/
a whip for controlling horses.
verb (used with object), horsewhipped, horsewhipping.
to beat with a horsewhip.
a whip, usually with a long thong, used for managing horses
verb -whips, -whipping, -whipped
(transitive) to flog with such a whip
1690s, from horse (n.) + whip (n.). As a verb from 1768. Related: Horserwhipped; horsewhipping.
[hawrs-woo m-uh n] /ˈhɔrsˌwʊm ən/ noun, plural horsewomen. 1. a who rides on horseback. 2. a who is skilled in managing or riding . n. 1560s, from horse (n.) + woman. Cf. horseman.
[hawr-see] /ˈhɔr si/ adjective, horsier, horsiest. 1. . [hawr-see] /ˈhɔr si/ adjective, horsier, horsiest. 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of a . 2. dealing with or interested in , horseback riding, fox hunting, , etc.: the horsy set in local society. 3. rather heavy and awkward in general appearance or facial structure: That heavy […]
noun commercial development of farmland strictly for horses and equestrianism; also written horseculture Word Origin a play on ‘agriculture’ Usage Note derogatory
[hawr-suh-lee] /ˈhɔr sə li/ adverb 1. in a manner.