Definition of Nosebands

1. Noun. (plural of noseband) ¹



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Definition of Nosebands

1. noseband [n] - See also: noseband

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nosebands

nose poked
nose pokes
nose poking
nose ring
nose slide
nose swab
nose test
nose tests
nose to tail
nose to the grindstone
nosean
noseans
nosebag
nosebags
noseband
nosebands (current term)
nosebleed
nosebleed seat
nosebleed seats
nosebleeder
nosebleeders
nosebleeding
nosebleeds
noseblood
nosecone
nosecones
nosecount
nosed
nosedive
nosedived

Literary usage of Nosebands

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1. Illustrated Horse-breaking by Matthew Horace Hayes (1908)
"... and lunging the horse —Reining back—The standing martingale—Hearing reins, running reins. side reins, and nosebands—"Tying horses up," " reining," dumb ..."

2. Riding: on the Flat and Across Country: A Guide to Practical Horsemanship by Matthew Horace Hayes (1882)
"nosebands.—An ordinary noseband, buckled tight, will considerably increase the power of either curb or snaffle. When the horse is turned to the ..."

3. The Horse in History by Basil Tozer (1908)
"Some of the nosebands, or rather halters, used in early times were made of plaited straw, and today halters of almost similar make and pattern are still ..."

4. An Excursion to California Over the Prairie, Rocky Mountains, and Great by William Kelly (1851)
"... all superbly mounted, and their horses caparisoned in a curious but highly ornamental style, the head-stalls, rosettes, and nosebands of the bridles ..."

5. A Catalogue of the Greek and Etruscan Vases in the British Museum by Samuel Birch, Charles Thomas Newton (1870)
"... of the horses, the headstalls of their bridles and the bits are ornamented with white studs; over their noses they wear metallic nosebands. ..."

6. Class Book of Economic Entomology: With Special Reference to the Economic by William Lochhead (1919)
"... use fly-nets of loosely dangling cords for G. equi, and wire-screen muzzles, leather nosebands cut into narrow strips or provided with canvas flaps for ..."

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