Definition of Stablemate

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

Exact synonyms: Stable Companion
Generic synonyms: Equus Caballus, Horse



Definition of Stablemate

1. Noun. One (such as a racehorse) from the same stable. ¹

2. Noun. One from the same organization or background. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stablemate

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stablemate

stable fly
stable fracture
stable gear
stable girl
stable isotope
stable stand
stableboy
stableboys
stabled
stablegirl
stablegirls
stablekeeper
stablekeepers
stableman
stablemate (current term)
stablemates
stablemen
stableness
stablenesses
stabler
stablers
stables
stablest
stabling
stablings
stablish
stablished
stablishes
stablishing

Literary usage of Stablemate

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1. Making the Match: The Right Book for the Right Reader at the Right Time by Teri S. Lesesne (2003)
"... his velvet ears, and how it was that I wept for his old stablemate Ginger. I could tell you how horses thundered through my dreams, ran straight out of ..."

2. A Student in Arms. 2d Series by Donald William Alers Hankey (1917)
"On arriving in my room I found that my stablemate had been playing hockey, and was at the moment in the bathroom, having thought- ..."

3. Muhammad Ali & Company by Thomas Hauser (1998)
"Rather, it stains the WBC, just as the last-second loss of Whitaker's stablemate, Meldrick Taylor, to Julio Cesar Chavez stains boxing. ..."

4. History of the Brocklesby Hounds, 1700-1901 by George E. Collins (1902)
"The new owners aim at keeping them at least a year, but seldom more than two, and they frequently find them a temporary stablemate at the great Lincoln Fair ..."

5. The Story of the Herefords: An Account of the Origin and Development of the by Alvin Howard Sanders (1914)
"His stablemate, Beau Dale 2d by Beau Donald 33d, was much the better calf to start with. But time went on and by May there was not much difference in them. ..."

6. History of the Brocklesby Hounds, 1700-1901 by George E. Collins (1902)
"The new owners aim at keeping them at least a year, but seldom more than two, and they frequently find them a temporary stablemate at the great Lincoln Fair ..."

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