Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The wood-betony or louse-wort, Pedicularis Canadensis.
- n. Plural form of snaffle.
“Bridger store, such as snaffles and check-bits, stirrup-leathers, halters and girths.”
“Just them snaffles which is as good as none whatever, "was Dawson's scornful criticism.”
“And a hammock beckons but I bet Little Dinosaur snaffles it before I get the chance.”
“The Brat always does the same thing, comes along and snaffles all the pink.”
“I never pass by Rotten Row or see a regiment of English Cavalry without wishing to leave riders nothing but their snaffles.”
“It always amuses me that she snaffles as much free/cut price designer gear as she can.”
“Did you know there old sketches of Chinese burial sites circa 400 B.C. in which metal horse bits full cheek twisted snaffles were found?”
“That's when Kevin snaffles the _Handbook_ and takes off on his own.”
“No bits but snaffles all, of birch their saddles be, Much fashioned like the Scottish seates, broad flakes to keepe the knee”
“The "riding" lesson had begun with a bewildering new set of terms to learn: withers, fetlocks, gaits, snaffles, cinches, leathers, headstalls”
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