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  • v. Present participle of hinny.


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  • Sounds suggestive of the carrying upstairs of luggage followed, and a hinnying laugh echoed once down the stairs.

    For the Sake of the School

  • Their poor horses, like themselves, suffered both from thirst and hunger; and the mule Jeanette occasionally uttered a wild hinnying that was painful to hear.

    The Boy Hunters

  • This exclamation was hardly uttered, when the mule Jeanette, hitherto lagging behind, sprang forward in a gallop, hinnying loudly as she ran.

    The Boy Hunters


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