Definition of hors
1. horse [ n ] solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric timesUsed in print:
(The Sun, [Baltimore],...)
Prior to the featured race , the stewards announced that apprentice James_P._Verrone is suspended ten days for crowding horses and crossing the field sharply in two races on Wednesday .
(Howard Nemerov, "Themes and Methods: The Early...)
The ambulance is drawn by two `` charming '' little horses .
(Richard F. McLaughlin, et al., "A study of the...)
However , the dynamics of airflow , from morphologic considerations alone , may conceivably be different in the monkey than in the horse .
The volume and , perhaps , even the characteristics of bronchial arterial blood flow might be different in the dog than in the horse .
Also , interlobular air drifts may be all_but nonexistent in the cow ; probably occur in the horse much_as in the human_being ; and , in contrast are present to a relatively immense degree on a segmental basis in the dog where lobules are absent ( Van_Allen and Lindskog , ' 31 ) .Synonyms horse Equus_caballus Related Terms equine saddle_horse mare pony wild_horse gee-gee high_stepper pinto pony protohippus mesohippus sorrel roan post_horse polo_pony hack eohippus hack chestnut racehorse steeplechaser stalking-horse harness_horse workhorse bay pacer stablemate liver_chestnut palomino Equus foal horseback horsemeat poll gaskin withers horse's_foot encolure
2. horse [ n ] a padded gymnastic apparatus on legsUsed in print:
(Bonnie Prudden, "The Dancer and the Gymnast"...)
The parallel_bars , horse , buck , springboard , horizontal_bar , rings , and mats formerly in the school gyms were replaced by baseball , volleyball , basketball and football .Synonyms horse Related Terms gymnastic_apparatus vaulting_horse pommel_horse
3. horse [ n ] a chessman in the shape of a horse's head; can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa)Synonyms horse knight Related Terms chessman
4. horse [ n ] a framework for holding wood that is being sawedSynonyms sawhorse buck sawbuck horse Related Terms framework trestle
5. horse [ n ] troops trained to fight on horseback
Examples: : "500 horse led the attack"
6. horse [ v ] provide with a horse or horsesSynonyms horse Related Terms provide remount
7. horse [ n ] a narcotic that is considered a hard drug; a highly addictive morphine derivative; intravenous injection provides the fastest and most intense rushSynonyms heroin diacetyl_morphine horse junk scag shit smack diacetylmorphine H Related Terms hard_drug opiate big_h lugsail
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