No end to the wild pranks, the Houyhnhnm horse-play they had with drunken Gundling.
Imagine yourself reading a number of the Houyhnhnm Gazette, giving an account of such an experiment.
The pony travelled like a glorified Houyhnhnm and we have brought a second male servant to take care of him.
Houyhnhnm, whin′im, n. one of the noble rational horse race in Gulliver's Travels.
The Houyhnhnm's legs are very well; the horse slipped on his side and not on his knees, and has received no sort of injury.
Amid the inextinguishable horse-laughter (sincere but vacant) of the Houyhnhnm Olympus.
How is it, we ask of those more intimately acquainted with the metaphysics of the Houyhnhnm than we pretend to be?
1727, in "Gulliver's Travels," coined by Swift to suggest whinnying.