But there is no question that he will bring a compelling case, neigh on to invincible.
Thus bound, while lying on the ground at night, he heard the neigh of his favourite steed, picketed at a short distance off.
Then Sigurd heard Grani, his horse, neigh for him again and again.
He was just about to neigh when the bandolero, on the watch, leaned over and clamped his hand tightly upon his nostrils.
And one other time, as I was coming to the fountain with my pitcher, I heard a neigh.
neigh pointed out the place he had just come from to the tall young men, and continued his walk with Ladywell.
I hear the neigh of thy charger, in the midst of the mailed thousands!
Twice he had pricked up his ears, and once he had raised his head as if to neigh, but paused before committing himself.
The horse began to neigh and rear, so that our hero could not strike with his sword.
Dandy pricks up his ears and wants to neigh, but Ray grips his nostrils like a vise, and Dandy desists.
Old English hnægan "to neigh," probably of imitative origin (cf. Old Norse gneggja, Middle High German negen, French hennir, Japanese inanaki). Related: Neighed; neighing. As a noun from 1510s.