What is another word for horse?

780 synonyms found


[ hˈɔːs], [ hˈɔːs], [ h_ˈɔː_s]

The word 'horse' has a plethora of synonyms in the English language. Some of the common ones include 'steed', 'nag', 'pony', 'mare', and 'stallion'. Other synonyms include 'equine', 'charger', 'gelding', 'colt', 'filly' and 'harness'. Some synonyms are used to identify specific types of horses, such as 'draft horse' for a heavy work horse and 'racehorse' for a fast-running horse. Some synonyms for horse are also used as expressions, such as 'hold your horses' meaning to be patient and not rush. Regardless of the synonym used, a horse remains a beautiful and majestic animal that has played a significant role in human history.

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    Usage examples for Horse

    On came the galloping horse.
    "My Lady of the Chimney Corner"
    Alexander Irvine
    He mistuk ye fur a horse!
    "My Lady of the Chimney Corner"
    Alexander Irvine
    Good horse, keep it up.
    "The Eye of Dread"
    Payne Erskine

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