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- n. A person or animal (especially a horse) that prances
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A horse which prances.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A prancing horse.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a mettlesome or fiery horse
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Cheri, aka LuvToSpin, is a prancer and a hoop dancer.
They had dasher, dancer, prancer, sort of were walking them through the process.
And now, that my beloved seems secure in my net, for my project upon the vixen Miss Howe, and upon her mother: in which the officious prancer Hickman is to come in for a dash.
Had I but known, I could have made twenty shifts; nay, for that matter, and in so good a cause, I would have thought little to have prigged a prancer from the next common — it had but been sending back the brute to the headborough.
By turns, she is a coquettish girl, a vampy prancer, a burlesque queen, a swinging Florrie Dorrie.
One of the packhorses screamed, and the witch's prancer stumbled as the train slowed.
She lashed her mount with the ends other reins, urging the exhausted Shou prancer into the ragged semblance of a gallop.
Ruha's prancer clattered through the dark gateway of Moonstorm House into a spacious, hexagonal courtyard of ornamental trees and twining garden pathways.
The horse, Swallow by name, was a fine animal of Tairen breeding, with slender ankles and an arched neck, a prancer with the look of speed and endurance both, though shod too lightly for Perrin's taste.
The fifteenth a prancer, whose courage is small, 
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