Definition of Fetlocks

1. Noun. (plural of fetlock) ¹



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Definition of Fetlocks

1. fetlock [n] - See also: fetlock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fetlocks

fetishistically
fetishists
fetishizable
fetishization
fetishizations
fetishize
fetishized
fetishizer
fetishizers
fetishizes
fetishizing
fetishlike
fetlock
fetlock joint
fetlocks (current term)
feto-maternal
fetofetal transfusion
fetoglobulins
fetography
fetologies
fetologist
fetologists
fetology
fetomaternal
fetomaternal transfusion
fetometry
fetopathies
fetopathy
fetoplacental

Literary usage of Fetlocks

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1. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1897)
"At the time of purchase the fetlocks were both rather enlarged and round, but she was going quite sound. He had her examined, and the veterinary surgeon ..."

2. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1912)
"... for ease in gallop, should be placed obliquely, with long, well-knit upper arms, broad knees, short legs, large fetlocks, and moderately long pasterns. ..."

3. The Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia: Commercial by Edward Balfour (1885)
"Grapes are plenty, and tolerably good. and presents a worse appearance than it would if its hair were trimmed, its fetlocks shore, and its tail untied. ..."

4. Points of the Horse: A Treatise on the Conformation, Movements, Breeds and by Matthew Horace Hayes (1904)
"Tied-in below the knee, and large fetlocks. Photo 6j/] [MHH Fig. 366.—Tied-in below the knee, and large fetlocks. ..."

5. The English Turf: A Record of Horses and Courses by Charles Richardson (1901)
"Blacklock was a bay—rather a dark bay—with black points, and a very big horse, and it is said that his fetlocks and pasterns formed an almost straight line. ..."

6. The Griffin's Aide-de-camp by Blunt Spurs (1860)
"THE SHANK-BONE, fetlocks, ETC. The knee must be broad and flat: the upper inner part should present a striking width, or it will look round, which is ugly, ..."

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