solid-hoofed

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj solid-hoofed having solid hooves
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • solid-hoofed Solidungulate or soliped; whole-hoofed; not cloven-hoofed. See cut under solidungulate.
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Usage

In literature:

No sooner had El Capitan struck it squarely with his four hoofs, than he reared and, whirling, sprang back to the solid earth.
"A Charmed Life" by Richard Harding Davis
A foot this side the brink the lichens were torn away where the sharp hoofs had cut down to solid earth.
"Secret of the Woods" by William J. Long
The hoof beats pounded to a solid thumping halt just outside.
"To the Last Man" by Zane Grey
Its seventy-five powerful horses are spurning the solid earth with steel-clad hoofs.
"Andersonville, complete" by John McElroy
Its seventy-five powerful horses are spurning the solid earth with steel-clad hoofs.
"Andersonville, Volume 1" by John McElroy
Horn is a solid, tenacious, fibrous material, and its density in the hoof varies in different situations.
"Diseases of the Horse's Foot" by Harry Caulton Reeks
No sooner had El Capitan struck it squarely with his four hoofs, than he reared and, whirling, sprang back to the solid earth.
"Once Upon A Time" by Richard Harding Davis
In his mouth he champed solid silver bits, and his polished hoofs were rimmed with nickel-plated shoes.
"Horses Nine" by Sewell Ford
Straightway she drove the solid-hoofed steeds against Mars first.
"The Iliad of Homer (1873)" by Homer
They want to feel solid ground under their hoofs.
"The King's Esquires" by George Manville Fenn
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