Definition of Pesade

1. n. The motion of a horse when, raising his fore quarters, he keeps his hind feet on the ground without advancing; rearing.



Definition of Pesade

1. the position of a horse when rearing [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pesade

pes
pes abductus
pes adductus
pes anserinus
pes cavus
pes equinovalgus
pes febricitans
pes gigas
pes hippocampi
pes planum
pes planus
pes pronatus
pes valgus
pes varus
pesade (current term)
pesades
pesage
pesages
pesant
pesante
pesantran
pesantren
pesants
pesaunt
pesaunts
pescatarian
pescatarians
pescetarian
pescetarianism

Literary usage of Pesade

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Modern Horsemanship: Three Schools of Riding : an Original Method of by Edward Lowell Anderson (1889)
"THE PASSAGE—THE PIAFF—THE SPANISH MARCH—THE SPANISH TROT—THE pesade—THE ... The ' high airs ' of the manege, the pesade, the Curvet, ..."

2. Modern Horsemanship: Three Schools of Riding : an Original Method of by Edward Lowell Anderson (1886)
"The pesade is a movement which is important, because it is the foundation ... It is usual to teach the pesade in ' the pillars,' but it may be taught by the ..."

3. Participial substantives of the -ata type in the Romance languages: with by Luther Herbert Alexander (1912)
"... and pesade (Posade) as well as ... and Posée were not always kept distinct. pesade (Posade) is the only one that has survived. ..."

4. Boyer's French Dictionary: Comprising All the Additions and Improvements of by Abel Boyer, William Bentley Fowle (1827)
"... pir-vAr-dr, va to pervert, seduce ; deprave, spoil, debauch, corrupt. pesade, sf pesade (said of a horse's fart /MÍ. ..."

5. Boyer's French Dictionary: Comprising All the Additions and Improvements of by Abel Boyer, William Bentley Fowle (1835)
"PERVERSION, per-ver-slon, sf perverse- ness, corruption. PERVERTIR, pêr-ver-llr, va to pervert, seduce ; deprave, spoil, debauch, corrupt. pesade ..."

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