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horse

1. n. heroin. (Drugs. Because it begins with H.) Horse is still very popular in the big cities.
2. n. horse dung. I got a job shoveling horse out of the stables.
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At night, before I went to sleep, I often found myself in a sledge drawn by three horses, dashing through a country that looked something like Nebraska and something like Virginia.
As for me, I was so astonished that I did not at first see what was going on by the brook; but when I did look there was a sad sight; two fine horses were down, one was struggling in the stream, and the other was groaning on the grass.
My father was a Southern gentleman, and he could pull down and bite and kick into rags every horse he came across.
The horse was not constructed by me, but it was given me by the inventor, in exchange for my only daughter, who made me take a solemn oath that I would never part with it, except for some object of equal value.
I won back your harness, then your horse, then my harness, then my horse, and then I lost again.
I should have liked to have made you the offer of these horses.
Porthos breathed a sigh; he thought of what was in store for his poor horses.
Many of the Indian warriors and hunters encamped around Captain Bonneville possess from thirty to forty horses each.
All had then been lost and no help for it, for they would have been penned up in Ilius like sheep, had not the sire of gods and men been quick to mark, and hurled a fiery flaming thunderbolt which fell just in front of Diomed's horses with a flare of burning brimstone.
Some of the warriors ran for the horses to gather and drive them in from the prairie, some for their weapons.
When the work was done, the fox clapped the horse on the shoulder, and said, 'Jip
Oh, but," thought D'Artagnan, becoming very anxious, "that is not a common horse M.
Rostov stopped his horse for a moment on a hillock to see what was going on, but strain his attention as he would he could not understand or make out anything of what was happening: there in the smoke men of some sort were moving about, in front and behind moved lines of troops; but why, whither, and who they were, it was impossible to make out.
That he should ever fall into a thoroughly unpleasant position--wear trousers shrunk with washing, eat cold mutton, have to walk for want of a horse, or to "duck under" in any sort of way--was an absurdity irreconcilable with those cheerful intuitions implanted in him by nature.
Well, my Highness would like some oats," declared the horse.