Synonyms of "pony""pony" in a sentence
- Noun: pony pownee
- A range horse of the western United States
- An informal term for a racehorse
"he liked to bet on the ponies"
- A literal translation used in studying a foreign language (often used illicitly)
- trot, crib
- A small glass adequate to hold a single swallow of whiskey
- shot glass, jigger
- Any of various breeds of small gentle horses usually less than five feet high at the shoulder
Derived forms: ponies
Type of: bangtail, drinking glass, Equus caballus, glass, horse, interlingual rendition, neddy [Austral], race horse, racehorse, rendering, translation, version
Encyclopedia: Pony Pony, Indiana Pony, Montana
Noun. 1. ¢G25 sterling.
2. Rubbish, nonsense. E.g."Our team are a load of old pony and don't deserve to be in the final.”
3. An act of defecation. E.g."Can you wait for me? I need to have a pony.”
4. A piece of excrement.
* Versions 2, 3 and 4 are from the rhyming slang pony and trap meaning 'crap'. See 'crap'.
- Mr. abel involuntarily urged the pony forward.
- Where do you stable your pony?
- He's a very nice little pony.
- The pony remained immovable.
- The pony bucked suddenly.
- My pony is about done up.
- On one side of the house was a little stable, just the size for the pony.
- The pony was coming along at his own pace and doing exactly as he pleased with the whole concern.
- She refused the dear little pony with such a delicate sigh when he offered it.
- Jack did not want to sell the pony and trap and the other things they had bought with the ogre's money.
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