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  • noun Plural form of palomino.

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Examples

  • Somehow, when we ride great bejeweled palominos racing musically, we soar above the din of confusion and hatred swirling through concrete jungles, suburban boredom and rural pastures, alike.

    Jack Schimmelman: Central Park: A Performance in Four Seasons (Summer)

  • Somehow, when we ride great bejeweled palominos racing musically, we soar above the din of confusion and hatred swirling through concrete jungles, suburban boredom and rural pastures, alike.

    Jack Schimmelman: Central Park: A Performance in Four Seasons (Summer)

  • Somehow, when we ride great bejeweled palominos racing musically, we soar above the din of confusion and hatred swirling through concrete jungles, suburban boredom and rural pastures, alike.

    Jack Schimmelman: Central Park: A Performance in Four Seasons (Summer)

  • There were Appaloosas, a mix of copper-colored chestnuts, reddish bays, and a couple of golden palominos.

    Kings of Colorado

  • There were Appaloosas, a mix of copper-colored chestnuts, reddish bays, and a couple of golden palominos.

    Kings of Colorado

  • Somehow, when we ride great bejeweled palominos racing musically, we soar above the din of confusion and hatred swirling through concrete jungles, suburban boredom and rural pastures, alike.

    Jack Schimmelman: Central Park: A Performance in Four Seasons (Summer)

  • Between them ran mustangs of every color, dun and bay and blue roan, pintos and palominos, chestnuts, blacks, pale horses that no cowboy would ever ride, because everyone knew that pale horses attracted lightning.

    Come Again No More

  • Between them ran mustangs of every color, dun and bay and blue roan, pintos and palominos, chestnuts, blacks, pale horses that no cowboy would ever ride, because everyone knew that pale horses attracted lightning.

    Come Again No More

  • Mexican peons and parade prima donna hidalgos mounted on palominos of pale aspect.

    Silver Zombie

  • Between them ran mustangs of every color, dun and bay and blue roan, pintos and palominos, chestnuts, blacks, pale horses that no cowboy would ever ride, because everyone knew that pale horses attracted lightning.

    Come Again No More

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