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  • noun Plural form of neigh.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of neigh.

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Examples

  • September 25, 2009 10: 27 am - NORTH KINGSVILLE - One horse lover's request to place a barn closer to her home drew a mix of yeas and "neighs" at a special North Kingsville Village Council meeting Thursday night.

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  • Here ... poke this Christmas gift and tell me if it neighs and likes to frolic in tall grass!

    TORCHWOOD: CoE...Episode 5...Spoilers!

  • As the bursts struck the unicorns, shrill neighs pierced the air.

    Fatal Circle

  • It would not help, said Lord Henley, though I must say it would be fun to see a meet of the Westminster hunt, with neighs, whinnying, flared nostrils, pawing the frozen ground – and that's just the baronesses!

    Lords in the pink over urban foxes

  • He sees a twirling windmill, a pony clock that neighs the hours.

    Toy

  • It will be "the literary discovery of the century", he neighs, turning him into a "Media Don - book early to avoid disappointment."

    Johann Hari: Is This the Greatest Play of the Late Twentieth Century?

  • He sees a twirling windmill, a pony clock that neighs the hours.

    Toy

  • Even animals, I suspect, converse with themselves: The cat purrs audibly to express his complacency, the horse neighs all alone to bewail his slavish state, the solitary donkey brays out of bloody-mindedness, and the sheep -- well, no, the sheep has yet to evolve that far.

    Speak Thyself

  • I've always gone with the analogy that if it looks like a horse, neighs like a horse and kicks like a horse, it is

    ANC Today

  • I've always gone with the analogy that if it looks like a horse, neighs like a horse and kicks like a horse, it is a horse; but a couple of recent transactions in which foreign principals have tried to deny that they're disinvesting have to make one wonder.

    ANC Today

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