- the art of training and riding horses.
- the action, movements, or paces of a trained horse.
- a school for training horses and teaching horsemanship.
Origin of manège
Examples from the Web for manege
Historical Examples of manege
As he was leaving the Manege one of these bullies grossly insulted him.Scaramouche
The broad doors flew open, and the manege was soon filled with knights and ladies on foot and horseback.A Word Only A Word, Complete
We are like horses in a manege, or oxen or dogs taught to draw the plough, or be harnessed to a carriage.Thoughts on Man
He possessed great personal strength, was expert in all manly exercises, and shone especially at the jousts and the manege.Windsor Castle
William Harrison Ainsworth
- the art of training horses and ridersCompare dressage
- a riding school
Word Origin for manège
Word Origin and History for manege
1640s, "riding school;" 1776, "horsemanship, movements proper to a trained horse," from French manège, from Italian maneggio, from maneggiare "to control (a horse)," (see manage (v.)).