Origin of Clydesdale
Examples from the Web for clydesdale
But this classic rearing-to-separation-to-reunion tale of a Clydesdale and its owner was truly touching.
Clydesdale's grin remained unaltered when he said: "Well, what the hell——" and stopped abruptly.
The stamp varied from nearly thoroughbred to Clydesdale and Percheron stud-horses, with a fair number of mares and foals.Two Years in Oregon|Wallis Nash
He published it anonymously, and it was sold about Clydesdale.
Clydesdale had descended to the drive and was conferring with the chauffeur.
On them he laid a silken slipper of Mrs. Clydesdale's and watched it shrivel and burn.
British Dictionary definitions for clydesdale
Word Origin and History for clydesdale
"breed of heavy draught horses," 1786, so called because they were bred in the valley of the Clyde in Scotland. The river name is perhaps literally "cleansing," from a Celtic root akin to Latin cloaca (see cloaca).