nosebag


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nosebag

a bag, fastened around the head of a horse and covering the nose, in which feed is placed
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These huge beasts were often to be seen standing patiently outside one of the many hostelries around the area, nosebag attached and munching contentedly away.
I've mostly got it in check now but I have to keep a constant eye on it or I'd just nosebag every day.
Both father and daughter rode him, sprinkled their palms with sugar--his long blue tongue sickened me--and filled his nosebag with homemade muesli.
The rider and saddle, a pair of valises with overcoat, on top of which was a blanket picquet cape, heel rope, heel peg and surcingle, two nets of hay and a nosebag of oats; a mess tin and a shoe pocket with two shoes and nails.
and toting my stock in a canvas bag previously used as a nosebag for our horse, I set off to confront my first prospect.
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This for her must have proved the utmost of temptations, since, in very sweeping terms, young heroines of narratives composed by early nineteenth century male writers were frequently one-dimensional, often invisible, wisps--such as Byron's Leila in The Giaour--and older women were wild-looking and strident cartoon characters--such as Scott's Mrs Nosebag in Waverley, and Meg Merrilies, whom LEL describes as a 'stage effect', (12) in Guy Mannering.
Given that gurning Gregg is on every other show, someone at the Beeb clearly believes there's nothing more entertaining than a loudvoiced barrow boy describing the taste of nosebag.
Alan Simpson: "We've only ourselves to blame We've become a mini America - eating for eating's sake, no proper meal times, eating on the hoof, while out shopping, and some of us wearing a horse's nosebag, going through a week's groceries while watching the latest blockbuster at the local flea pit.
The much-discussed sprinter is owned by golfer Lee Westwood and his agent Andrew 'Chubby' Chandler, who were on the scoresheet with On The Hoof in the Nosebag Cafeteria Maiden Stakes.
ACCORDING to nosebag legend, Sam Waley-Cohen was the matchmaker who brought Prince William and Kate Middleton back together.