Definition of Equestriennes

1. Noun. (plural of equestrienne) ¹



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Definition of Equestriennes

1. equestrienne [n] - See also: equestrienne

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Equestriennes

equatorially
equatorials
equators
equatorward
equatour
equeries
equerries
equerry
equery
equestrian sport
equestrianism
equestrians
equestrianship
equestrienne
equestriennes (current term)
equi-
equianalgesic
equianalgesic dose
equiangled
equiangular
equiangular triangle
equiangularity
equiareal
equiatomic
equiaxed
equiaxial
equibalance
equibalanced
equibalances

Literary usage of Equestriennes

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1. Reminiscences of a Soldier's Wife: An Autobiography by John A. Logan, Mary Simmerson Cunningham Logan (1913)
"... EARLY HOUSEKEEPING — " FAIR WEEK" — EXPERT equestriennes — BIRTH OF MY TWO ELDEST CHILDREN AND DEATH OF MY FIRST-BORN THE Mexican War of 1847-8 afforded ..."

2. Souvenirs of Travel by Octavia (Walton) Le Vert (1857)
"From two o'clock until six it is filled with fair equestriennes. We left our carriage and walked along Rotten Row. What a brilliant scene it was ! ..."

3. Paris in '67: Or, The Great Exposition, Its Side-shows and Excursions by Henry Morford (1867)
"... seen such a gallant show of equestrians and equestriennes, reined up in loose military order along the Row, giving and receiving salutations, chatting, ..."

4. The Gold Chain: A California Family Sagaby Regina V. Phelan by Regina V. Phelan (1987)
"equestriennes entered the ring riding sidesaddle. They wore long, velvet gowns, ... When the act was over, the equestriennes left the ring. ..."

5. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1883)
"The special attraction here is the Ballet of equestriennes. Imperial.—Ballet of Equestrienne«. Pantomime well mounted. ..."

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