from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A quilted pad worn under the round horse-collar to protect the horse's shoulder from injury.


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  • Once in a while the old man looked at me puzzled and searching, but I didn't know him from a sweat-pad, and just paid strict attention to being dumb.


  • Collins ripped off the silver band and tore out the sweat-pad.

    Bucky O'Connor

  • For sewed to the inside of the discolored sweat-pad was a little strip of silk.

    Bucky O'Connor


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