[stee-puh l-chey-sing] /ˈsti pəlˌtʃeɪ sɪŋ/
the sport of riding or running in a steeplechase.
[stee-puh l-cheys] /ˈsti pəlˌtʃeɪs/
a horse race over a turf course furnished with artificial ditches, hedges, and other obstacles over which the horses must jump.
a point-to-point race.
a foot race run on a cross-country course or over a course having obstacles, as ditches, hurdles, or the like, which the runners must clear.
verb (used without object), steeplechased, steeplechasing.
to ride or run in a steeplechase.
a horse race over a course equipped with obstacles to be jumped, esp artificial hedges, ditches, water jumps, etc
a track race, usually of 3000 metres, in which the runners have to leap hurdles, a water jump, etc
a horse race across a stretch of open countryside including obstacles to be jumped
a rare word for point-to-point
(intransitive) to take part in a steeplechase
noun 1. a standing cup of the 17th century having a cover with a tall finial.
noun 1. an ornamental construction, usually ending in a spire, erected on a roof or tower of a church, public building, etc. 2. a tower terminating in such a construction. 3. (loosely) a spire. verb (used with object), steepled, steepling. 4. to provide with or form into a steeple or steeplelike configuration. noun 1. a […]
noun 1. hennin. noun 1. a conical or heart-shaped hat, sometimes extremely high, with a flowing veil or piece of starched linen about the crown, worn by women in the 15th century.
noun 1. a person who climbs steeples, towers, or the like, to build or repair them. noun 1. a person trained and skilled in the construction and repair of steeples, chimneys, etc