horse trade

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Back in other days, a horse trade was often tinged with fraud and chicanery.

And a horse trade was something forced upon him by expediency.

I asked where he was, and she said he was away on a horse trade.

Well, Judge, this is the first time I ever got the worst of it in a horse trade.

Plunder, a common word in the horse trade to express profit.

The horse trade and its dire consequences were recalled to mind.

He was workin' a horse trade, and says: 'Dat hoss, she trot half-past two.

I wrote regular every three months after I'd made money in the horse trade.

The situation is similar in the difference between cheating in a horse trade and cheating about other commodities.

They rode bareback, and now and again enforced a horse trade with a farmer or livery-stable man.

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