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Definition of "neighing" []

  • The action or sound of the high-pitched cry of horses (noun)
  • Characteristic of the high-pitched cry of a horse (adjective)
  • Present participle of neigh. (verb)

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  • The sound made by a horse; an act or instance of the verb neigh. (noun)

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Use "neighing" in a sentence
  • "Voice is abusively attributed to irrational and inanimate beings; thus we improperly call the neighing of horses or any other sound by the name of voice."
  • "Their neighing was the shout of the tempest in the rocks; and their gusty manes were a cloud that tatters in the storm!"
  • "So you are going to hear a lot more "neighing" as well."