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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Leg harness to control the gait of trotting or pacing horses.

Usage examples (14)
  • -- Then hopples are placed on the hind fetlocks, to keep her heels down.
  • The hopples fall from your ankles -- you find an un -
  • A pebbly brook, where rustling winds among the hopples sweep,
  • The hopples fall from your ankles, you find an unfailing sufficiency, for more
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