I had my best horse, a thoroughbred kentuckian, fed at once.
But when the kentuckian pointed his revolver at the speaker, they pulled to the shore at once.
Dropping the hand of the German, Deerfoot took one step forward and saluted the young kentuckian in the same manner.
So far from being grave, this dark kentuckian was as gay and buoyant as any of the party.
The dirk of the second kentuckian ended the sport, which had terminated in a rather serious way.
On recognising his antagonist in the duel, the kentuckian gives out a groan.
Larry Moore was a kentuckian by birth, and had many Kentucky characteristics.
This kentuckian pronunciation grates "hairshly" on my Southern ears.
We did ride the next day, and many days thereafter; and Aloha proved all and more than the kentuckian had promised.
"I will do it, Major," answered the tall kentuckian, and dashed away.
U.S. state, earlier a county of Virginia, organized 1776; the name is of Iroquois or Shawnee origin, perhaps a Wyandot (Iroquoian) word meaning "meadow" (cf. Seneca geda'geh "at the field"); the river name seems to have been the original use in English; the native use perhaps was first in reference to a village in Clark County known in Shawnee as Eskippakithiki. Related: Kentuckian.
State in the east-central United States bordered by Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio to the north; West Virginia and Virginia to the east; Tennessee to the south; and Missouri to the west. Its capital is Frankfort. Louisville is its largest city.
Note: The state is known for the breeding of race horses. The Kentucky Derby, a famous horse race, is held every year in Louisville.
Note: Kentucky bluegrass is a type of folk music that originated in the southern United States. The music is named for a bluish-tinged grass that grows in Kentucky.