horse (part of speech: noun)
horse, Albino, Lippizaner, Shire, Shetland pony, quarter horse, bronco, Percheron, Spanish horse, Belgian, Appaloosa, jennet, thoroughbred, Hackney, Turk, mustang, Suffolk, Welsh pony, Clydesdale, Galloway, Morgan, palomino
- " A kind of public ball in a wealthy private house, given by immensely wealthy Americans, who know nobody, whom nobody knows, and who arrange an entertainment from the Arabian Nights, that they may be talked of, mentioned in 'Figaro, ' and laughed at in society. - "Erlach Court", Ossip Schubin.
- We know from Arabian sources that in the eighth century an Arab tribe defeated in war established itself on the African coast south of Cape Guardafui, and that from the ninth century onward there was a considerable trade between South- east Africa and the Red Sea ports- a trade which may well have existed long before. - "Impressions of South Africa", James Bryce.
- Egyptian, Persian, Arabian, the most ancient Indian history, and that of the Northern peoples, Scythians, Goths, Russians, Germans, Gauls, British, and the Celts in general, give us examples of the same custom. - "Church and State as Seen in the Formation of Christendom", T. W. Allies.