What is another word for pack horse?
[ pˈak hˈɔːs], [ pˈak hˈɔːs], [ p_ˈa_k h_ˈɔː_s]
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Synonyms for Pack horse:
n.• beast of burden (noun)
How to use "Pack horse" in context?
The horse of today is a product of thousands of years of selective breeding. The horse was domesticated in the Near East around 4000 BC. The Indus Valley Civilization, the world's earliest major culture, is thought to have developed the first pack horse around 3000 BC. The horse was used for carrying goods, riding, and warfare. The horse is still used today for a variety of tasks, including transportation, agricultural work, and recreation.
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