white horse

NOUN
  1. a wave that is blown by the wind so its crest is broken and appears white
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How To Use white horse In A Sentence

  • You look great mads – I live very close to berrima these days and drive past the white horse all the time. 39 weeks (and 3 days) « Mad Dave and Lil
  • Jack London and his partners were among only hundreds who made it through that October of 1897, and at the last, they beat the ice by running Miles Canyon and the White Horse Rapids instead of portaging.
  • The immediate grounds for the inference are not facts about horses and riding, but the linguistic or structural parallelism between the statements ˜white horses are horses™ and ˜riding white horses is riding horses™. Mohist Canons
  • We board a 21-passenger white minibus, the price of emissions, at the intersection of Interstate 10 and Indian Avenue, and sit back as Ken Huskey aka White Horse, a 40-year veteran in the energy industry, takes the wheel and the mic, delivering in best AM DJ voice a dazzling non-stop physics-laden eclogue on the 300-hundred-foot-high spears with periwinkles on top, and their awesome powers. Richard Bangs: How Green Is My Valley?
  • Save something for the man that rides on the white horse
  • I'm going to place a bet on that white horse.
  • One evening under the shadow of the Red Fort I see a passing wedding procession: the groom rides a caparisoned white horse and is followed by a band in uniform with wailing trumpets and banging drums.
  • I ditched the first saddlebag at the White Horse in Exford, Somerset, the second at Raleghs Cross Inn in the Brendon hills.
  • A White Horse barman reckoned that there was no comparison.
  • Firefighters were bemused to wake up and find a large brown and white horse tethered by a rope to their station.
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