Definitions

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  • n. A bitless headpiece for leading or tying up a horse.

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Examples

  • IIRC, all I could think of with the horse scene was, Get the damned headcollar of that thing!

    kateelliott: 2008 Film Reviews: More Catching Up

  • She beckoned to George to come and hold Moonrock's headcollar and keep him soothed.

    Bonecrack

  • George, holding him by the headcollar, said that the old boy just suddenly seemed to get his strength back and stood up, and he'd been eating some hay since then, and it was a right shame he'd got cast, that it was.

    Bonecrack

  • I nodded and took the headcollar from him, and told him I'd see to Indigo, and he could go and get on with putting the oats through the crushing machine ready for the morning feeds.

    Bonecrack

  • Buckram kicked up a fuss and stamped around loose, as rubber-face had not attempted to put the headcollar on.

    Bonecrack

  • His gaze dropped away from my face; he shrugged, untied Indigo's headcollar, and led him out of his box.

    Bonecrack

  • By the time I had walked the near mile home, collected the rubber mask from Buckram's box and taken off his headcollar, and dismantled the electronic eye and stowed it in the cupboard, it was too late to bother with going to bed.

    Bonecrack

  • He only got his headcollar ring caught on the door bolt - he immediately pulled back, the door flew open and full on panic ensued!

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  • We managed to release him by undoing his headcollar as the rope was too taught to unclip.

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  • Got to the yard tonight, to be told that Ellie had 'flattened' the lady who had put her out She went to pull away when her headcollar was removed, stood on the lady's foot, then spinned round and knocked her over.

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