from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A large powerful draft horse of a breed developed in the Clyde River valley of Scotland, having long white hair on the lower legs.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A breed of heavy draft-horses originally raised about the Clyde, Scotland.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One of a breed of heavy draft horses originally from Clydesdale, Scotland. They are about sixteen hands high and usually brown or bay.
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- noun A particularly
largeand powerful breedof raredraft horse.
- noun US A heavier than usual
athlete(Over 200 lbs for men, over 145 lbs for women)
- noun derogatory, slang A very
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun heavy feathered-legged breed of draft horse originally from Scotland
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Aileen Campbell of the SNP (in Clydesdale seat) is becoming a weel kent face in the constituency thanks to her campaigning.
The SNP can win Clydesdale and my campaigning starts now.
Clydesdale is an incredibly beautiful and diverse constituency and I am very proud to have the opportunity to serve the people here.
I'll keep my eyes peeled for movements in Clydesdale for sure and probably change my results for a few squeaky SNP wins as the weeks go by.
Lady Mar had now no scrutinizing eye to fear; her nephew Murray was still on duty in Clydesdale; the earl, her husband, trusted her too implicitly, even to turn on her a suspicious look; and Helen, she contrived, should be as little in her presence as possible.
Long ago I called the Clydesdale Bank 40 the Tin Pot Trophy, and I have not yet received any legal correspondence on the matter.
Significantly, the figures appeared to show a better than expected performance during the second half by Clydesdale, which is battling one of the toughest banking markets since World War II.
My weight remains stubbornly above 200 (which would qualify me for the "Clydesdale" category at some marathons), but my body has changed markedly.
No trace of chipmunk, but a definite hint of Clydesdale which is a fat horse.
One division will be "Clydesdale" for those weighing in a 200 lbs. or more.