Origin of horsy
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Examples from the Web for horsey
We know they are a horsey family, what with Zara in the Olympic show jumping team and all, but this is taking things a bit far.Princess Anne Says We Should Eat Horses!
November 14, 2013
They were without religion, “of the horse, horsey,” and notorious thieves.The Gypsies
Charles G. Leland
"And I want a horsey, and a wagon to hatchen on behind," Allyn shouted.Teddy: Her Book
Anna Chapin Ray
Admiral Horsey sent an officer on board the Huascar to demand her surrender.Our Sailors
Yet the European Gipsies are all this, and at the same time ‘horsey’ like the Jats.
They were without religion, p. 27‘of the horse, horsey,’ and notorious thieves.
- of or relating to horsesa horsey smell
- dealing with or devoted to horses
- like a horsea horsey face
Word Origin and History for horsey
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper