carthorse


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carthorse

a large heavily built horse kept for pulling carts or carriages
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The singing TUC carthorse should stay in the stable while the hard work of making the biggest possible impact on November 30 goes ahead.
He looks like a carthorse but he gets goals and may shock the Leeds defence.
She, in return, fluttered her eyelids back like a coquettish carthorse.
``The other wasn't exactly a clotheshorse, she walked more like a carthorse in a badly-fitting bin liner.
Have you seen the recent ad campaign featuring Trinny and Susannah or the 'tranny and the carthorse' as Carol Vorderman dubbed them in a moment of genius?
Carol described Trinny, 38, as "an anorexic transvestite" and Susannah, 40, as being "like a carthorse in a badly fitting bin liner".
``There's still a little life in the carthorse,'' added Faldo, again displaying a fairly relaxed attitude and adding to the image by sporting a cap with ``I Love New York'' emblazoned on it.
But the pair were nowhere to be seen near Carol Vorderman, who famously responded to their jibes by attacking their own dress sense and labelled them Tranny and the Carthorse.
Former Liverpool right-back Stephen Wright looks more carthorse, kicking his opponents more often than making an accurate pass to help his forwards.
She famously responded to their jibes at her wardrobe by attacking their own dress sense and labelled them Tranny and the Carthorse.
Ferguson was told he should have stepped down when he said he would last summer - and taken "carthorse" Juan Sebastian Veron with him.
If he could not beat that lumbering oversized carthorse like Koller for speed to the ball it should have been 5kilos.