A comb with plastic or rubber teeth, used for grooming horses.(noun)
To groom with a currycomb.(verb-transitive)
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Use "currycomb" in a sentence
"Sharon picked up a currycomb and began brushing down the sleek chestnut while it nosed at the manger full of hay."
"The sweep of a second currycomb filled the pause that accompanied his bland acknowledgement."
"The old books suggest using a currycomb, but we suspect most people don't keep horses these days."