hurdle[ hur-dl ]SEE DEFINITION OF hurdle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HURDLE
No such thing as a good handicap, nor a hurdle race for a finish, without you.
Fanny, also, nearly did for Harry Nesbitt, by riding a hurdle race.
He is at home in polo or hurdle racing, with the rifle or revolver.
On the 16th his body was drawn and quartered and dragged through London on a hurdle.
A race meeting, which included a hurdle race, was being held.
They were carrying a hurdle from which Mr. Tapster quickly averted his eyes.
She beat him with her crop, and flung him again at the hurdle.
If a log such as I have described be not procurable, a hurdle or gate might be employed.
The concave side of a hurdle should be placed next the earth.
If the hurdle is not to be used at once, or if it is to be transported, it must be sewed.