Definition of Reining

1. Verb. (present participle of rein) ¹



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Definition of Reining

1. rein [v] - See also: rein

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reining

reinfund
reinfunds
reinfuse
reinfused
reinfuses
reinfusing
reingratiate
reingratiated
reingratiates
reingratiating
reinhabit
reinhabited
reinhabiting
reinhabits
reinhardbraunsite
reining (current term)
reining-in
reinitialise
reinitialised
reinitialises
reinitialising
reinitialization
reinitializations
reinitialize
reinitialized
reinitializes
reinitializing
reinitiate
reinitiated
reinitiates

Literary usage of Reining

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

2. Cases on Constitutional Law: With Notes by James Bradley Thayer (1895)
"... IN reining v. The New York, Lackawanna, and Western Ry. 128 NY 157 (1891), the court (ANDREWS, J.) said: "The question in this case respects the rights ..."

3. The Library of Wit and Humor, Prose and Poetry: Selected from the Literature by Rufus Edmonds Shapley (1892)
"... reining in his mare. "If you come from Kimballton or that neighborhood, maybe you can tell me the real fact about this affair of old Mr. Higginbotham. ..."

4. The Griffin's Aide-de-camp by Blunt Spurs (1860)
"reining BACK. *" reining back should not be commenced until the horse is well bent, and obeys the pressure of the leg ; during the reining back, ..."

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