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  • n. Plural form of stableboy.


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  • : Not when it's being used on "stableboys" old enough to have families of their own.

    Arrow's Fall

  • He carried me through the archway, leaving the horses to the grooms and stableboys.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • There were princes and princesses, kings and queens, and nobles, too, stableboys, and girls-in-waiting, there were knights, and me and you.

    APED: "once upon a time"

  • We all descend from kings, and all kings descend from stableboys.

    A Defense of Genealogical Obsession

  • So they'd never prosecute Tibs, though he all but openly sleeps with his stableboys.


  • While Mr. Stead had been examining the colt, some of the stableboys had gathered.


  • Our path was blocked when one of the stableboys returned.


  • He looked at Mr. McLaughlin and Mr. Stead and the ring of stableboys.


  • Risking a glance over my shoulder, I saw one of the stableboys running back toward the livery.


  • He thought about how many stableboys had done the work of caring for the horses.

    Among the Free


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