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Clydesdale

[ klahydz-deyl ]
/ ˈklaɪdzˌdeɪl /
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noun
one of a Scottish breed of strong, hardy draft horses, having a feathering of long hairs along the backs of the legs.

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Origin of Clydesdale

First recorded in 1780–90; after Clydesdale, Scotland

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British Dictionary definitions for Clydesdale

Clydesdale
/ (ˈklaɪdzˌdeɪl) /

noun
a heavy powerful breed of carthorse, originally from Scotland
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