Definition of Tushes
1. Noun. (plural of tush) ¹
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Definition of Tushes
1. tush [v] - See also: tush
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tushes
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Literary usage of Tushes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Horse in the Stable and the Field: his Varieties, Management in Health by J. H. Walsh (1892)
"tushes, well developed, and still showing the groove ou the outside plainly. the slight growth in the half-year may be traced. ..."
2. A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to by Robert Nares, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps, Thomas Wright (1872)
"... tushes, und Ihn« strike him, "ГШ he fall down my prey. B. and Fl. Beggar's Bust, ni, 3. If I proposed any alteration, it would be merely to read "from ..."
3. Horses' Teeth: A Treatise on Their Mode of Development, Anatomy, Microscopy by William H. Clarke (1893)
"The sharp points of the tushes penetrate the bark more readily than the incisors, ... This is not the case with the tushes, and, further, they are never in ..."
4. The Griffin's Aide-de-camp by Blunt Spurs (1843)
"THE tushes. At three years and a half old to four years and a half old, the four tushes come, two above and two below; that is, one above and one below on ..."
5. Thirteen Years Among the Wild Beasts of India: Their Haunts and Habits from by G. P. Sanderson (1907)
"... ELEPHANTS' tushes — PACES AND SPEED OF ELEPHANTS — INABILITY TO LEAP. r observations of the habits of wild elephants have been made chiefly at Morlay, ..."
6. Every Horse Owners' Cyclopedia: Diseases, and how to Cure Them, by J.H by John Henry Walsh, George Fleming, Ellwood Harvey, Henry Troth Coates, Sanders Dewees Bruce, L. C. Bruce (1882)
"tushes, with the grooves Inside almc*< obliterated. sixth molar is at Its full ... Ilie tushes, standing up three-quartet a of an inch, with their point* ..."
7. Modern Pig-sticking by Alexander Ernest Wardrop (1914)
"The tushes of the plains pig are, in my opinion, bigger on the average than those of the forests. I am only guessing at the size of the latter's tushes. ..."