Definition of Pasterns

1. Noun. (plural of pastern) ¹



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Definition of Pasterns

1. pastern [n] - See also: pastern

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pasterns

pasted
pastedown
pastedowns
pastegh
pastel
pastel de nata
pasteless
pastelike
pastelist
pastelists
pastellist
pastellists
pastels
paster
pastern
pasterns (current term)
pasters
pastes
pasteup
pasteups
pasteurella
pasteurella haemolytica
pasteurella infections
pasteurella multocida
pasteurellaceae
pasteurellaceae infections
pasteurellosis
pasteurisable
pasteurisation
pasteurise

Literary usage of Pasterns

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1. The Griffin's Aide-de-camp by Blunt Spurs (1860)
"THE pasterns, ETC. From the fetlock to the hoof should be rather long, but not over-slanting : the pasterns of many Arabs, when long, are sometimes too ..."

2. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1912)
"... short legs, large fetlocks, and moderately long pasterns. These are the points of a "TIIK ... pasterns ..."

3. Judging Live Stock by John Alexander Craig (1901)
"... straight, deep, strongly supported.... a pasterns, strong, angle with ground 45 degrees 3 Fetlocks, wide, straight i Feet, medium, even size; straight; ..."

4. Judging Live Stock by John Alexander Craig (1901)
"2 Cannons, short, wide; sinews, large, set back 2 Fetlocks, wide, straight 1 pasterns, strong, angle with ground 45 degrees 3 Feet, medium, even size; ..."

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