Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A manager of horses; a rider.

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Examples

  • Kellen wasn't an expert horsemaster, he wasn't even close, but fortunately he'd spent a little time around his father's stables when he'd been younger-before that activity had been added to Lycaelon's "forbidden list" -and Idalia had refreshed his memory on the important points.

    Tran Siberian

  • "Why is it," I demanded, looking after the crusty old horsemaster, "that everyone seems to assume we've no more on our minds than to get into bed with each other?"

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • I found the stairs and went up to my room, contemplating what, if anything, the old horsemaster had meant by his final remark.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • The old horsemaster and I munched silently for a few minutes.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Most cataphracts had a horsemaster and a couple of horseboys; Galan had Ev.

    Wildfire

  • A fellow named Pasco was horsemaster at the palace, and he was in charge of the requisitioning with the help of Lame and Chunner and some other horseboys.

    Wildfire

  • But one of his hands pressed the small of my back, and the other, under my shoulder blade, began to rub in small circles, as a horsemaster rubs a restive horse.

    Wildfire

  • There was a rumor that Sire Erial let his armiger and jack and bagboy and horsemaster use Mole when he was not inclined.

    Wildfire

  • After she died the horsemaster was free to do as he pleased again.

    Wildfire

  • Kellen wasn't an expert horsemaster, he wasn't even close, but fortunately he'd spent a little time around his father's stables when he'd been younger — before that activity had been added to Lycaelon's "forbidden list" — and Idalia had refreshed his memory on the important points.

    The Outstretched Shadow

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