(Military) Branch of military transported by fast light vehicles, the mechanized cavalry.
The definition of a buck is slang for a dollar, or an adult male animal, often with antlers.
In the middle ages a knight was defined as a nobleman who served a king as a mounted man-of-arms; but today, a knight is used to refer to someone who has been honored by the monarch of England for their achievements.
The whinnying of a horse, or a similar sound
(Poker) A type of poker where an individual cannot throw cards away and some of her cards are exposed (also stud poker).
A Shetland pony.
A plug is defined as the end piece of a cord for an electrical device with prongs that fit into a wall socket.
A pinto horse or pony
A horse with a golden or tan coat and a white or cream-colored mane and tail.
A horse with a plodding gait.
A horse, especially:
The definition of a mare is an adult female horse, donkey, burro or mule.
(Informal) One whose occupation or hobby involves a specified machine, device, or object:
(Archaic) A medium-sized, vigorous horse
A trotting horse suited for routine riding or driving; a hack.
A horse used for riding or driving; a hackney.
A young female horse, specif. one under five years of age
Any of various stages in the development of a plan, document, or picture:
An untrained or partially trained horse or pony of western North America.
The definition of a stage is a platform or an area of raised floor.
The state of being supported:
A small saddle horse with a smooth gait, especially as distinguished from a warhorse or a packhorse.
The definition of a stallion is a male horse that has not been castrated, or is slang for a powerful and virile man who has a lot of lovers.
A terrorist who infiltrates a society, a government agency, etc. long before taking action
Any person, animal, vehicle, etc. that takes part in races
A four-footed animal.
A person or animal that hunts
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