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breeching

noun breech·ing \ˈbrē-chiŋ, ˈbri-\

Definition of BREECHING

1
:  the part of a harness that passes around the rump of a draft animal
2
:  the short coarse wool on the rump and hind legs of a sheep or goat; also :  the hair on the corresponding part of a dog
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First Known Use of BREECHING

circa 1524

Rhymes with BREECHING

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