wind-sucking

[ wind-suhk-ing ]
/ ˈwɪndˌsʌk ɪŋ /

noun Veterinary Pathology.

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Origin of wind-sucking

First recorded in 1835–45
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Example sentences from the Web for wind-sucking

  • It answers the threefold purpose, to prevent biting, crib-biting, and wind-sucking.

    Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen

British Dictionary definitions for wind-sucking

wind-sucking

noun

a harmful habit of horses in which the animal arches its neck and swallows a gulp of air

Derived forms of wind-sucking

windsucker, noun
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