A horse with patchy markings of white and another color. Also called paint.(noun)
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Use "pinto" in a sentence
"I've been eating it on hot dogs, hamburgers and in pinto beans since I was a little boy."
"Jack called a pinto, but Russ said it was a calico pony."
"The pinto was an example of that from that time period."