Definition of Sandcrack

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sandcrack

sandboards
sandbox
sandbox games
sandboxed
sandboxes
sandboxing
sandboy
sandboys
sandbur
sandburr
sandburrs
sandburs
sandcastle
sandcastles
sandcrack (current term)
sandcracks
sanddab
sanddabs
sanded
sandek
sandeks
sander
sanderdust
sanderite
sanderling
sanderlings
sanders
sanderses
sandersonia

Literary usage of Sandcrack

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1. The Illustrated Horse Doctor: Being an Accurate and Detailed Account of the by Edward Mayhew (1880)
"Any cause which weakens the body of the horse by interfering with the health of its secretions may induce sandcrack. Treading for any length of time upon ..."

2. Every Horse Owners' Cyclopedia ...: Diseases, and how to Cure Them by John Henry Walsh, Ellwood Harvey, John Elderkin (1871)
"... and Harness-Galls— Grubs—Bites and Stings of Insects—Swelled Legs—Chapped Heels— Grease and Scratches — Warts—Corns — sandcrack — False ..."

3. Horses and Roads: Or, How to Keep a Horse Sound on His Legs by J. T. Denny (1881)
"... MORE EFFECTIVE—BRITTLE HOOF OFTEN LEADS TO sandcrack, SEEDY TOE, AND PUMICE FOOT—HARD ROADS ARE FAVOURABLE TO THE UNSHOD HOOF. BRITTLE hoof is so common ..."

4. The Illustrated Horse Doctor: Being an Accurate and Detailed Account of the by Edward Mayhew (1880)
"Any cause which weakens the body of the horse by interfering with the health of its secretions may induce sandcrack. Treading for any length of time upon ..."

5. Every Horse Owners' Cyclopedia ...: Diseases, and how to Cure Them by John Henry Walsh, Ellwood Harvey, John Elderkin (1871)
"... and Harness-Galls— Grubs—Bites and Stings of Insects—Swelled Legs—Chapped Heels— Grease and Scratches — Warts—Corns — sandcrack — False ..."

6. Horses and Roads: Or, How to Keep a Horse Sound on His Legs by J. T. Denny (1881)
"... MORE EFFECTIVE—BRITTLE HOOF OFTEN LEADS TO sandcrack, SEEDY TOE, AND PUMICE FOOT—HARD ROADS ARE FAVOURABLE TO THE UNSHOD HOOF. BRITTLE hoof is so common ..."

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