ahorseback

adjective
traveling on horseback (Freq. 1)
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a file of men ahorseback passed by

Syn: ↑ahorse
Similar to: ↑moving
adverb
on the back of a horse
-

he rode horseback to town

-

managed to escape ahorse

-

policeman patrolled the streets ahorseback

Syn: ↑horseback, ↑ahorse

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\\əˈ-\ adverb (or adjective)
Etymology: a- (I) + horseback

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Ahorseback — A*horse back, adv. On horseback. [1913 Webster] Two suspicious fellows ahorseback. Smollet. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ahorseback — adverb On the back of a horse; horseback. Syn: horseback, ahorse …   Wiktionary

  • ahorseback — ahorse·back …   English syllables

  • ahorse — I adjective traveling on horseback a file of men ahorseback passed by • Syn: ↑ahorseback • Similar to: ↑moving II adverb on the back of a horse he rode hor …   Useful english dictionary

  • horseback — 1. noun a) The back of a horse. b) A ridge of sand, gravel, and boulders. Syn: esker 2. adverb On the back of a horse. Syn: ahorse …   Wiktionary

  • ahorse — adverb On the back of a horse; horseback. Syn: horseback, ahorseback …   Wiktionary

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