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- adj. Alternative spelling of horsy.
- n. Alternative spelling of horsy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See horsy.
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Despite the fact that the parade remained Christmased-out to the max, and had always welcomed Tulsans of all stripes to celebrate their particular holidays, Inhofe had to travel almost fifteen miles in order to find a parade that had the name "Christmas" in it in order to ride his horsey, which is some of the worst religious persecution ever meted out to humans.
He is the male version of SJP (aka horsey-face), except that she gets far more flak for it.
I have just been thinking about so called horsey friends and have just realised that my little foal is 6 months old next week and only 3 of my horsey friends have actually made the effort to come see him There's a new baby on the block and they've not been to drool over him?
Just toss the old 'horsey' one and give it a new name: Reproductive Genomics.
She would be the person to give you this kind of "horsey" advice.
It's kind of horsey type, but the texture -- the second plane not quite hitting: there was something more enticing, if that's the right -- it's not the right word -- but in this cover than Time or Newsweek.
He'd pitioned Amanda on his ankle and was playing some kind of horsey game, holding her hands and bouncing her on his foot.
I was not in the least "horsey"; my sphere was the gaieties of Paris and the gaming-tables of Monte Carlo -- a sphere which has made short work of fortunes compared with which mine would be insignificant.
She was a buxom, and by no means unattractive, person of about five-and-thirty, with an irresistibly "horsey" suggestion about her appearance and gait.
It was really amusing to recognize the well-known "horsey" look from under the
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