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Definition of "foaling" [foaling]

  • Present participle of foal. (verb)
  • Act of giving birth to a foal (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "foaling" in a sentence
  • "Each had prepared a spread, mostly of meat and dairy products, but also of fried dough and sweets, and each offered us salted, buttery milk-tea andsince it was the foaling seasonboth fermented and distilled mare’s milk."
  • "During the 1926 foaling season the name of Pavlova was co-opted (perhaps inevitably), and as atwo year-old, on May 26, 1928, this Pavlova ran in the novelty pony race at Maffra in East Gippsland, carrying a seven-pound handicap."
  • "Breeders had become cautious about foaling new horses that no one would buy."