Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A sorrel horse.

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Examples

  • Odo; the alezan of Fitzosborne; and, to the marvel of all, a small palfrey plainly caparisoned.

    Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Volume 02

  • Breteuil's alezan kicked out, as the poor nag humbly drew near to make acquaintance; and the prelate's white barb, with red vicious eye, and ears laid down, ran fiercely at the low-bred intruder, with difficulty reined in by the squires, who shared the beast's amaze and resentment.

    Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Volume 02

  • -- the steeds themselves seemed to chafe at the companionship; the Duke's charger pricked up his ears and snorted; the Lord of Breteuil's alezan kicked out, as the poor nag humbly drew near to make acquaintance; and the prelate's white barb, with red vicious eye, and ears laid down, ran fiercely at the low-bred intruder, with difficulty reined in by the squires, who shared the beast's amaze and resentment.

    Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Complete

  • I will give you six; your _alezan_ alone is worth half the money! "

    The Parisians — Volume 08

  • I will give you six; your alezan alone is worth half the money! "

    The Parisians — Complete

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