Thesaurus / whinny

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Their horses had been picketed far enough away so that if any of them should whinny they could not be heard at the ranch.

Some were beginning to snort and whinny, and the Sioux feared that the unmanageable little beasts might betray them to their foes.

The War TrailElmer Russell Gregor

I was wild to ask some questions, but of course could only paw and whinny softly until Master came slowly in.

White Dandy; or, Master and IVelma Caldwell Melville

A snort, a hoof-beat, a whinny would betray him, and very liable was the animal to any of these expressions.

The Moonshiners At Hoho-Hebee FallsCharles Egbert Craddock (AKA Mary Noailles Murfree)

W'en de mule see Mars Jim, he gun a whinny, des lack he knowed him befo'.

The Conjure WomanCharles W. Chesnutt

We all laughed as he ended—himself with a whinny of laughter.

Pieces of EightRichard le Gallienne

He pointed as he spoke, and, at the same moment, from that direction came the whinny of a pony.

Their answer was a whinny of welcome, and down across the fields he dashed at a wild gallop that took no heed of fences.

The Haunters of the SilencesCharles G. D. Roberts

By the time we reached the edge of the plateau he was quite near, not fifty yards behind, for I heard him whinny faintly.

MarieH. Rider Haggard

The family must have known the horse might whinny at any moment.

The Storm CentreCharles Egbert Craddock

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.