put one’s money on the wrong horse
To harness a horse to a carnage .
The zebra is related to the horse .
Don’t treat your horse cruelly.
elastic fabric of coarse animal hair or horse hair (excl.pile and chenille fabrics)
The horse kicks when anyone comes near him.
Harness that horse .
The duke’s horse wasn’t placed.
Obviously, Saddam Hussein had bet on the wrong horse this time.
The winner horse was bred in Ireland.
Even the wildest horse can be broken to the rein.
unknown elected nominee ; dark horse
The horse tossed its rider.
The horse trampled the boy to death.
A horse can outstrip a man.
lamp-holder of base metal for horse-drawn vehicles
fitting ,of base metal,for horse-drawn vehicles
The horse dealer bet me his best horse but I refused.
The horse suddenly reared up and threw me off.
The horse galloped across the field.
The horse galloped down the hill.
The horse refused the apple.
The horse bolted and the rider couldn’t stop it.
The horse was dragging a heavy load.
The horse tossed its head.
The horse rose on its hind legs.
The horse plunged and she fell off.
Mr. X bid 20 pounds for the horse so I bid 21 pounds.
The dog panted along behind its master’s horse .
The horse easily cleared every fence.
continuous (duty) horse-power
indicated horse power(now I.P.)
‘He won the silver medal on the long _horse_ and a special prize for an original vault.’
‘Meanwhile, Gary or Craig, or whatever his name was from Steps, possibly became the first person to be throw by a gymnasium _horse_ .’
2.A frame or structure on which something is mounted or supported, especially a sawhorse.
3.A horizontal bar, rail, or rope in the rigging of a sailing ship.
4.A large plant-eating domesticated mammal with solid hoofs and a flowing mane and tail, used for riding, racing, and to carry and pull loads.
‘But still, it’s a lot better than most of what’s out there, and as a fan of _horses_ and _horse_ racing, I enjoyed it a lot.’
‘Her father had stocked an entire stable with sleek, powerful racing _horses_ , and she had adored them all equally.’
5.A unit of horsepower.
‘a 63- _horse_ engine’
6.A wild mammal of the horse family.
‘Wild _horses_ in the New Forest get along perfectly fine, wandering around outdoors, free and naked and just getting more hairy in winter.’
‘Paintings of _horses_ - and other wild animals of ice age Europe such as lions and mammoths - long predate human portraiture.’
7.An adult male horse; a stallion or gelding.
‘I now have more mares than male _horses_ though among the top 10 I own three of them are males.’
‘The photo is cropped closely so that the reader is not aware that he’s looking at a picture of a male _horse_ rather than a mare.’
8.An obstruction in a vein.
‘forty _horse_ and sixty foot’
‘Before the enemy had time to turn to see what was happening, mace, lance, and _horse_ slammed right into them.’
‘He remembers his first taste of marijuana, his first snort of _horse_ .’
‘Instead of a bunch of layabouts smoking glue and cracking charlie’s _horse_ with LSD, we could have good, fit criminals with discipline and firearms skills.’
1.Provide (a person or vehicle) with a horse or horses.
‘six men, _horsed_ , masked, and armed’
‘After 1812 shortage of _horses_ meant that a five-squadron French dragoon regiment might go to war with three squadrons _horsed_ and two on foot.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。