An adult male horse that has not been castrated, especially one kept for breeding.(noun)
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Use "stallion" in a sentence
"Nevertheless, as Mr. Slocum put it: Twenty-five thousand dollars for a mere work-horse stallion is a madness."
"Whatever purity existed was lost the minute the votes started getting counted and anyone who thinks that Obama can win this riding the white stallion is drinking some serious Kool-Aid."
"A noble Arab stallion is supposed to fight for his rider and to wake him at night if he see any sign of danger."