rough or boisterous or pranks.
rough, boisterous, or rowdy play
“rough, excessive play,” 1580s, from horse (n.) with its associations of “strong, coarse” + play (n.).
Rough and boisterous playing; coarse physical merriment (1589+)
[hawrs-pou-er] /ˈhɔrsˌpaʊ ər/ noun 1. a foot-pound-second unit of , equivalent to 550 foot-pounds per second, or 745.7 watts. 2. Informal. the capacity to achieve or produce; strength or talent: The university’s history faculty is noted for its intellectual horsepower. /ˈhɔːsˌpaʊə/ noun 1. an fps unit of power, equal to 550 foot-pounds per second (equivalent […]
[hawrs-pou-er-ouuh r, -ou-er] /ˈhɔrsˌpaʊ ərˌaʊər, -ˌaʊ ər/ noun 1. a foot-pound-second unit of energy or work, equal to the work done by a mechanism with a power output of one horsepower over a period of one hour. noun 1. an fps unit of work or energy equal to the work done by 1 horsepower in […]
[hawrs-poks] /ˈhɔrsˌpɒks/ noun, Veterinary Pathology. 1. a disease in caused by a virus and characterized by eruptions in the mouth and on the skin.
[hawrs-rad-ish] /ˈhɔrsˌræd ɪʃ/ noun 1. a cultivated plant, Armoracia rusticana, of the mustard family, having small, white flowers. 2. the pungent root of this plant, ground and used as a condiment and in medicine. 3. the condiment itself, sometimes moistened with vinegar or mixed with ground beets. adjective 4. of or containing ground horseradish as […]