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- n. Plural form of hippophagist.
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It was a curious incident in the late history of the city that what had been a fashionable whim became a hard necessity -- that after Saint-Hilaire and the hippophagists had struggled to introduce horseflesh as regular provender, the siege of
The bones, clean picked, were easily identified, and the mid-day meal showed that there had been no change in the diet of these hippophagists: dinner and dejeuner had been alike -- drawn from the same larder.