[ US /ˈfɪɫi/ ]
[ UK /fˈɪli/ ]
  1. a young female horse under the age of four
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How To Use filly In A Sentence

  • The filly's head whirled around and she nickered softly before fumbling toward me, nudging my palm as I held my hand out.
  • She looks a smart young filly. The Sun
  • I met Erma Lee, a chestnut two-year-old filly, by Stormy Atlantic, that had yet to run. Liz O'Connell: Proviso: Always on Track
  • Any colt or filly who wins a Classic is likely to be much sought after as a stallion or brood mare.
  • The William Haggas-trained filly was sent off favourite on her debut in a maiden race at Salisbury, but ran green and only got going late before being narrowly beaten into third.
  • I was in this fillying about, smecking away and being like the ring-leader, dressed in the heighth of nadsat fashion. Where's the show?
  • He said he plans to race his new filly, who was consigned by Bridlewood Farm.
  • Gets weight all round as the sole three-year-old filly. The Sun
  • If a filly is as good as a colt, they ought to compete," said Jackson. Rachel Alexandra holds off Mine That Bird, wins Preakness
  • The application of blinkers worked a treat on this filly at Ayr last time when she romped home by eight lengths in a maiden race.
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