Wooden Horse

NOUN
  1. a large hollow wooden figure of a horse (filled with Greek soldiers) left by the Greeks outside Troy during the Trojan War
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  • The term Trojan is taken from the wooden horse used by the Greeks to sneak inside Troy and capture it. IT & Security Portal» IT-Observer
  • A light that sways like the wooden horse from childhood memories.
  • The games master would insist on everyone rattling along the floor, pounding on the springboard and doing amazing acrobatics above the large wooden horse.
  • Instead, after a little fight with Phoebe, Holden ends up accompanying her to the park and watching as she rides the merry-go-round, stretching from her wooden horse to reach a prized brass ring.
  • In Homer's epic ‘Illiad,’ snakes are even the avengers sent by gods to punish Trojan priest Laocoon who warns the Trojans against the Greek's scheme using a wooden horse.
  • If anyone could have dreamed up an unlikely idea like the Wooden Horse and wangled his way into Troy, he would have.
  • Some of us took that moment to stuff Pop-Tarts left from breakfast into the barrel of the wooden horse's belly.
  • Outside there's a large wooden fort for kids to let their imaginations run wild, along with a slide and swings, tunnels, a wooden horse, and a field full of ponies to ride in summer – and a river with pedalo hire. Summer holidays: 10 best places for under-fives
  • Eight glossily painted, two-dimensional wooden horses hinged to one another stretched across the room.
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