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stallion

[ stal-yuhn ]

noun

  1. an uncastrated adult male horse, especially one used for breeding.


stallion

/ ˈstæljən /

noun

  1. an uncastrated male horse, esp one used for breeding


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Word History and Origins

Origin of stallion1

1275–1325; Middle English stalon < Old French estalon, equivalent to stal- (< Germanic; stall 1 ) + -on noun suffix

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Word History and Origins

Origin of stallion1

C14: staloun , from Old French estalon of Germanic origin; related to Old High German stal stall 1

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Example Sentences

She looks down and points to the hip and pelvis bones of a stallion known as Big Daddy, all that’s left of the horse shot in the face in January 2019.

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Winter had frozen over the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests in late January 2019 when Betty Nixon saw the dead stallion, known to locals as Raven.

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The princess defied the king and her stallion carried her to the hut of a farmer, and together they had a son named Ouédraogo, after her trusty horse.

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The 50-year-old graying stallion announced that he and his 32-year-old Italian showgirl have called their fairytale romance quits.

A great roan stallion, bridled but without a saddle, materialized.

Thiele relates a story in which a wild stallion colt is brought in to smell two babes, one of which is a changeling.

They explored the country far and wide with Aunt Gainor on her great stallion, a rash rider despite her years.

This game was frequently repeated, and it seemed to me that the mares were making sport of the stallion.

I braced myself for a pull that should have broken the stallion's jaw and released his mouth altogether.

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