What is another word for stallion?

Pronunciation: [stˈali͡ən] (IPA)

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What are the opposite words for stallion?

The word "stallion" refers to a male horse that has not been castrated, and it is often used to refer to strong, powerful animals. However, if we're looking for antonyms to "stallion," we might consider words that describe a horse that is weaker, less powerful, or has been altered in some way. Some possible antonyms might include "mare," which is a female horse, or "gelding," which is a castrated male horse. Another option might be "pony," which is typically smaller and less muscular than a full-grown stallion. Ultimately, the right antonym for "stallion" will depend on context and the specific qualities you're looking to contrast.

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Usage examples for Stallion

I had contracted typhoid fever although I did not know it and tried to fight it off, and did so until the morning the brigade marched from Harrison's Landing when in the wind and dust of that morning I mounted my brown stallion with great difficulty, fell over the other side of him into the dust and the next thing I remember was awaking up in New York Harbor in the hospital ship some ten days afterwards with two Sisters of Mercy taking care of me and my old servant, James Huggs, standing at the foot of the bed.
"Notes of a staff officer of our First New Jersey Brigade on the Seven Day's Battle on the peninsula in 1862"
E. Burd Grubb
Very often Ben would keep him company, for there was an old black stallion of unusual size which seemed equal to the task of bearing his huge frame.
"The Wreckers of Sable Island"
J. Macdonald Oxley
Among a herd of wild Arabian horses, the leading stallion, or so-called king, is really only the father of the tribe; his functions are paternal rather than regal.
"The Human Side of Animals"
Royal Dixon

Famous quotes with Stallion

  • A child's hope is that your father comes riding in on that white stallion and saves them. You can't make somebody love you the way you want them to love you, it's not a Leave it to Beaver type world. This isn't television. Life's a lot more cruel than that.
    Jake Roberts
  • When God comes at me do I bow the stallion's legs or meet him with flared nostrils?
    John Carder Bush
  • When Man comes at me do I rein in the stallion, or let him meet the hooves?
    John Carder Bush
  • When I and stallion blend the grass gets cropped.
    John Carder Bush
  • A little stallion gallops across the leafing fingers- Black the gate leaps open, I sing; How did we live here?
    Paul Celan

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