Definition of Horseshow
1. Noun. A competitive exhibition of horses.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Horseshow
Literary usage of Horseshow
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1907)
"Caruthers' Knights of horseshow. Harper. Simms* Novels, complete. Bliss Genealogy. Milo Bush and Contemporaries. History Orange Co.. NY, Freeman and others. ..."
2. The Standard Index of Short Stories, 1900-1914 by Francis James Hannigan (1918)
"Sat EP 186:12 N 29 '13 Afoot at the horseshow. E. Pottle. Everybody's 9:766 D '03 Afraid of the dark. H. Willsie. Harp W 58:22 Ja 10 '14 After Botticelli. ..."
3. Adventure Guide to Ireland by Tina Neylon (2004)
"It's friendly and entertaining, and could be the highlight of a vacation. See http://www.rds.ie/horseshow/about.htm for details. ..."
4. Fundamentals of Military Service by Lincoln Clarke Andrews, Leonard Wood (1916)
"The seat recommended, therefore, is one that gives security rather than the seat of the horseshow exhibitor ..."
5. The Spell of China by Archie Bell (1917)
"Here was "full dress" with a vengeance; "full dress" that quite put into the shade any similar effort at undress in the Metropolitan horseshow in New York. ..."