Definition of Horsepond. Meaning of Horsepond. Synonyms of Horsepond

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Definition of Horsepond

Horsepond
Horsepond Horse"pond`, n. A pond for watering horses.

Meaning of Horsepond from wikipedia

- A horse pond is a body of water used, and generally created, for the welfare of horses. Horses can drink water and wash their legs in these ponds. While...
- centered on the 1753 town common area, from which five roads (Brown, Center, Horsepond, Parker and Whitney Roads) radiate away. The district includes the buildings...
- "Watch I vlee" he cried to the people. Then he dashed down into the horsepond". The house was extensively restored for H Philip du Cros, later 2nd Bart...
- Center Historic District September 1, 1988 (#88001454) Brown, Center, Horsepond, Parker, and Whitney Rds. 42°34′18″N 71°39′03″W / 42.571667°N 71.650833°W...
- ('The stones will speak of you'). Originally the structure of the baroque horsepond with its frescoes extended in front of the current eastern gate, giving...
- fenced enclosure with a garden of peach and pear trees. There is a sort of horsepond in the village, but the water is undrinkable and the supply of good water...
- Tredwell from London, were ‘making proselytes by rebaptising them in a nasty horsepond.' Burkitt went to the barn in which the Baptist meeting was held, and...
- access to water and the nuns had to take turns carrying water from the horseponds to the house. Once they were settled in Hengrave, Mother More attempted...
- fenced enclosure with a garden of peach and pear trees. There is a sort of horsepond in the village, but the water is undrinkable and the supply of good water...
- give them to King's College," he wrote, "would be to throw them into a horsepond", the members of that society being "generally so conceited of their Latin...