What is another word for colt?

Pronunciation: [kˈə͡ʊlt] (IPA)

Colt is a word that typically refers to a young, male horse. However, there are many different synonyms that can be used to describe a colt. Some of the most common synonyms for colt include foal, yearling, stallion, or simply a young horse. These different terms can be used to describe a colt at different stages of its development. Foal typically refers to a newborn horse, while a yearling is a horse that has reached one year old. Stallion is a term that specifically refers to a male horse that has not been castrated, and can be used to describe a colt once it reaches sexual maturity.

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Usage examples for Colt

Many a time have I heard the old colt revolver barking at intervals through the evening, but the performance was taken quite as a matter of course.
"Reminiscences of a South African Pioneer"
W. C. Scully
My only weapon was an old colt revolver.
"Reminiscences of a South African Pioneer"
W. C. Scully
On its being opened, she led them across the field to a deep ditch on the farther side, when, what was their surprise to find that her colt had fallen into it, and was struggling on its back with its legs in the air, utterly unable to extricate itself.
"Stories of Animal Sagacity"
W.H.G. Kingston

Famous quotes with Colt

  • A ragged colt may prove a good horse. And so may an untoward slovenly boy prove a decent and useful man.
    James Kelly
  • but a boy's will is his life, and he dies when it is broken, as the colt dies in harness, taking a new nature in becoming tame. Rarely has the boy felt kindly towards his tamers. Between him and his master has always been war. Henry Adams never knew a boy of his generation to like a master, and the task of remaining on friendly terms with one's own family, in such a relation, was never easy.
    Henry Adams

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