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  • 161 bray — verb 1) a donkey brayed Syn: neigh, whinny, hee haw 2) Billy brayed with laughter Syn: roar, bellow, trumpet …

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  • 162 neigh — v whinny, bray; bleat, blat, baa; cry, wail, call …

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  • 163 noise — n 1. sound, clamor, din, hubbub, babel, racket; ballyhoo, outcry, bawl, hue and cry, vociferation; cacophony, dissonance, discord; uproar, hullabaloo, clangor, fracas, bedlam, tumult, pandemonium, turmoil, commotion, bluster, rumpus, Inf. ruckus; …

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  • 164 utterance — n 1. expression, articulation, verbalization, vocalization, enunciation; telling, announcement, mention, delivery; saying, assertion, asseveration, declaration, proclamation, annunciation; communication, pronouncement, averment, affirmation,… …

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  • 165 ржать — РЖАТЬ, несов. Издавать характерный раскатистый, громкий, звонкий звук, крик (о животных семейства лошадиных, а также о человеке, имитирующем этот крик) [impf. (of a horse) to neigh; to whinny, neigh gently]. Оседланные кони нетерпеливо ржали у… …

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  • 166 whicker — /ˈwɪkə/ (say wikuh) verb (i) (of a horse) to neigh or whinny. {early Modern English, Old English *hwican (in hwicung squeaking) + er6, related to German wiehern neigh} …

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  • 167 whicker —   v.i. whinny, neigh …

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  • 168 Pferd — (s. ⇨ Ross). 1. A blind Ferd trefft gleich (gerade) in Grüb herein. (Jüd. deutsch. Warschau.) 2. Alte Pferde achten der Peitsche nicht. Lat.: Psittacus senex ferulam negligit. (Gaal, 926.) 3. Alte Pferde gehen nicht durch. Holl.: Het hollen is… …

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  • 169 snicker — ► VERB 1) snigger. 2) (of a horse) whinny. ► NOUN ▪ an act or sound of snickering. ORIGIN imitative …

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  • 170 hinny — [hin′ē] n. pl. hinnies [L hinnus < Gr innos, with h after L hinnire, to whinny] the offspring of a male horse and a female donkey: cf. MULE1 …

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  • 171 Houyhnhnm — [ho͞o in′əm, hwin′əm] n. [coined by SWIFT Jonathan to suggest horse s whinny] in Swift s Gulliver s Travels, any of a race of horses with reasoning power and human virtues: see also YAHOO …

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  • 172 whicker — [hwik′ər, wik′ər] vi. [echoic] 1. to utter a partly stifled laugh; snicker; titter 2. to neigh or whinny …

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  • 173 wicker —  to neigh, or whinny. Hampsh. Also a method of castrating a ram, by enclosing his testicle within a slit stick. Glouc …

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  • 174 let loose — verb 1. express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words) (Freq. 1) She let out a big heavy sigh He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand • Syn: ↑utter, ↑emit, ↑let out • Derivationally related for …

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  • 175 let out — verb 1. make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret (Freq. 2) The auction house would not disclose the price at which the van Gogh had sold The actress won t reveal how …

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  • 176 whinner — ˈhwinə(r) also ˈwi intransitive verb Etymology: freq. of whine (I) 1. dialect : to whine feebly 2. dialect …

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