horsewoman

[ hawrs-woo m-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF horsewoman

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The horsewoman's cheeks were bright red with exercise and joy.

You are far too good a horsewoman, though you were nervous for the moment.'

Every horsewoman should have at least a general knowledge of when and with what to feed her horse.

I thought the Marquise Desmoines was a horsewoman, she said.

She was a horsewoman and a hunter, and she had a sentimental fondness for Indians.

The Englishman sat his horse well; but it was evident his companion was not a horsewoman.

I strolled to the corral and cast a horsewoman's eye on my mount.

But she was a land-woman, a horsewoman—a—she was the universal woman.

Anne is not a horsewoman; besides I wont endanger a friends interest, even for the sake of getting Ralph off my hands.

If reckless riding and a smart habit make a horsewoman, Polly Preece was a very Amazon.

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