Definition of Stable companion

1. Noun. A horse stabled with another or one of several horses owned by the same person.

Exact synonyms: Stablemate
Generic synonyms: Equus Caballus, Horse



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stable Companion

stabilizer
stabilizer bar
stabilizers
stabilizes
stabilizing
stabilizing circumferential clasp arm
stabilizing fulcrum line
stable-boy
stable-boys
stable-stand
stable angina
stable boy
stable boys
stable colloid
stable companion (current term)
stable factor
stable flies
stable fly
stable fracture
stable gear
stable girl
stable isotope
stable stand
stableboy
stableboys
stabled
stablegirl
stablegirls

Literary usage of Stable companion

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1. The Real Siberia: Together with an Account of a Dash Through Manchuria by John Foster Fraser (1902)
"Lastly, there was my stable-companion, the man with whom I shared a cabin, ... I have used the phrase " stable-companion." I've known cleaner stables than ..."

2. The Real Siberia: Together with an Account of a Dash Through Manchuria by John Foster Fraser (1904)
"Lastly, there was my stable-companion, the man with whom I shared a cabin, ... I have used the phrase " stable-companion." I've known cleaner stables than ..."

3. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1865)
"... Tomata being fourth, with her stable companion on her right; Antoinette, Saragossa, Finesse, Molly Carew, and Madam Walton headed the next division, ..."

4. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England by Royal Agricultural Society of England (1880)
"Meta," the property of Mr. Thomas H. Miller, has size and good joints, which placed her second ; whilst her black stable companion, " Satanella," more ..."

5. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1896)
"When Lord Hastings's Melton first came out, in the New Stakes at Ascot, he was supposed to be inferior to his stable companion the Duke of Portland's ..."

6. The English Turf: A Record of Horses and Courses by Charles Richardson (1901)
"The St. Leger favourite came round, preceded by a stable companion, who wore similar clothing, but was a smallish chestnut, whilst the favourite was a ..."

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