Definition of Racehorses

1. Noun. (plural of racehorse) ¹



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Definition of Racehorses

1. racehorse [n] - See also: racehorse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Racehorses

racebending
racebike
racebikes
racecar
racecard
racecards
racecars
racecourse
racecourses
raced
racefemine
racegoer
racegoers
racegoing
racehorse
racehorses (current term)
racelike
racemase
racemases
racemate
racemates
racemation
racemations
raceme
racemed
racemelike
racemes
racemethorphan
racemic
racemic acid

Literary usage of Racehorses

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1. A History of Taxation and Taxes in England from the Earliest Times to the by Stephen Dowell (1888)
"The taxes that have been imposed in this country on racehorses and racers differ in their history from the tax on saddle and carriage horses. ..."

2. Reminiscences and Opinions of Sir Francis Hastings Doyle, 1813-1885 by Francis Hastings Charles Doyle (1887)
"... the Crown—London amusements—Lady Davy at Stafford House—My first tour—Old English racehorses—Proposed alteration in the conditions of a Queen's plate. ..."

3. Reminiscences and Opinions of Sir Francis Hastings Doyle by Francis Hastings Charles Doyle (1887)
"... the Crown—London amusements—Lady Davy at Stafford House—My first tour—Old English racehorses—Proposed alteration in the conditions of a Queen's plate. ..."

4. Old Sporting Prints by Ralph Nevill (1908)
"Amongst engraved portraits of racehorses after Sawrey Gilpin, Highflyer by F. Jukes, Jupiter and Sir Peter Teazle by W. Ward, are of some interest. ..."

5. Antipodean Notes Collected on a Nine Months' Tour Round the World by Elim Henry D'Avigdor (1888)
"racehorses. THERE has recently been some discussion in English sporting papers on the comparative merits of our own racehorses and of their cousins of ..."

6. Old and New London: A Narrative of Its History, Its People, and Its Places by Walter Thornbury (1893)
"... Park Stud of racehorses—Eltham Church—Well Hall—Lee - Lewisham— Hither Green, Catford, and Ladywell—Loam Pit Hill—New Cross—Royal Naval Schools—Hatcham. ..."

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