Third-person singular simple present indicative form of horse.(verb)
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Use "horses" in a sentence
"The flanks of the horses are often sore from them, and I have seen men come in from chasing bullocks with their horses hind legs and quarters covered with blood."
"The second posta on the road to Buenos Ayres stands on its banks; a little above there is a ford for horses, where the water does not reach to the horses belly; but from that point, in its course to the sea, it is quite impassable, and hence makes a most useful barrier against the Indians."
"For prairie service, horses which have been raised exclusively upon grass, and never been fed on grain, or "_range horses_," as they are called in the West, are decidedly the best, and will perform more hard labor than those that have been stabled and groomed."