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  • n. A person who works in a stable.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • He also vowed, with the drunken stablehand as his witness, that he would abandon the horselife forever and become a full human.

    A Boy Who Looks Like Horses, or A Horse Who Looks Like Boys

  • Because of the way he is dressed, she thinks he's a stablehand not the King of England.

    Scandalous Book Review and Giveaway: The Queen's Pawn by Christy English

  • The age of the rider who takes the already groomed horse from the stablehand is still here, not only with wealthy horse owners but with trainers and instructors who pay staff and working students to get the horses ready before each session, but nearly everyone who handles horses has put in time with the brushes and the currycomb.

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  • She came across him quite by accident; he was working as a stablehand at the Palace of the Prophets.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • No one but Nicci ever knew he was anything but a stablehand-they didn't know he was gifted.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • The stablehand doesn't even have a name, mostly because almost no one has helped look for him.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • I mean, when the Unemployment ran out, I worked as a stablehand, shoveling you-know-what, for eight bucks an hour.

    Tuesday, Nov. 17 – The Bleat.

  • Above we have Troy Donahue (“if Troy Donahue can learn to type, then I can learn to type…” I believe was how the lyric in “A Chorus Line” went) as the handsome young writer/stablehand in “Susan Slade” (1961).

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  • This evening as I watch Barack Obama accept the nomination I will remember the little boy in the movie theatre in South Carolina and the frightened people scattering from the speeding truck in Columbus Mississippi and I will remember my great uncle's old stablehand.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Words Word doesn't know: unspooled, armsmen, stablehand

    between the rock and the cold, cold sea -- Day


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