But the son of Tydeus, by far the bravest, was allotted to drive his coursers last.
Away to the hills the coursers went, believing that now the hare was theirs.
The English race-horses are equal, if not superior, to all other coursers.
Ha; the Turkmen know and heed me; Coursers good the Turkmen breed me.
He scorn'd to leave His charioteer and coursers at the trench, And drove toward the fleet.
From the beginning his coursers were paired, and with equal pace they have constantly held the road.
If thou hast run but with footracers, and they have wearied thee, how then wilt thou compete with the coursers?
The two canoes came round the last low point, like two coursers at the top of their speed, the fugitives taking the lead.
Neither of us had the least desire to drive the coursers of the sun against Apollo.
He was of a rare and valuable breed, known as "herie," or coursers, because they are so much swifter than ordinary camels.