verb (used with or without object)
Origin of foal
Related formsun·foaled, adjective
Examples from the Web for foal
She should enjoy the limelight while it lasts, because she will soon be expected to produce a foal a year.
Certainly,” answered her husband, “if our ass has a foal we shall have two asses.Sagas from the Far East|Various
For as the lion's whelp may be called a lion, or the horse's foal a foal, so the son of a king may be called a king.Cratylus|Plato
The only person who missed the foal was its mother, who stretched out her neck toward the entrance of the stall and brayed.Under the Shadow of Etna|Giovanni Verga
If any mare happens to be unruly, her foal is brought, and allowed to suck a little, after which the milker again succeeds.
The prince did as he was bid, and as the hair touched his fingers the wolf changed back into a mare, with the foal beside her.The Violet Fairy Book|Various