Definition of Longeing

1. Verb. (present participle of longe) ¹



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Definition of Longeing

1. longe [v] - See also: longe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Longeing

longcase
longcase clock
longcase clocks
longcases
longclaw
longclaws
longcloth
longcloths
longcut
longcuts
longdog
longe
longe line
longed
longed-for
longeing (current term)
longeing cavesson
longer
longeron
longerons
longers
longes
longest
longeth
longeval
longevities
longevity
longevous
longfin
longfin mako

Literary usage of Longeing

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1. The Amateur of Fencing; Or, A Treatise on the Art of Sword Defence by Joseph Roland (1809)
"On Thrusting) or longeing. WHEN you wish to hit your adversary, it is necessary, in order to reach his body, frequently to make a thrust or longe. ..."

2. A Treatise on Equitation, Or, The Art of Horsemanship by J. G. Peters (1835)
"RELATING TO THE GROUND OR PLACE FIT TO WORK HORSES UPON, AND ON THE USE AND DISADVANTAGES OF longeing AND WORKING IN HAND. FOB the training of horses, ..."

3. The Art of Defence on Foot: With the Broad Sword and Sabre; Adapted Also for by C. Roworth, John Taylor (1824)
"longeing > the stepping forth with the right foot from the position described in the preceding page, in order to effect a cut or thrust. ..."

4. Original Handbook for Riders: A Complete Guide to Modern Horsemanship by Martin Christinius Grimsgaard (1911)
"When, after a long ride, the horse is put up, he should be well groomed and cared for in every respect (see pages 58-67). Exercising and longeing. ..."

5. The Horse in the Stable and the Field: his Varieties, Management in Health by J. H. Walsh (1892)
"Hitherto I have only alluded to longeing, without describing it or alluding to ... longeing is a means of at once giving exercise in a short spaco of time, ..."

6. Every Horse Owners' Cyclopedia ...: Diseases, and how to Cure Them by John Henry Walsh, Ellwood Harvey, John Elderkin (1871)
"Not that he may not be ridden in much less time than this, but that if he is, it will be at the expense of his mouth. longeing is a means ..."

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