courser


1cours·er

noun \ˈkr-sər\

Definition of COURSER

:  a swift or spirited horse :  charger

Origin of COURSER

Middle English, from Anglo-French cursier, corser, from curs course, run
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with COURSER

2courser

noun

Definition of COURSER

1
:  a dog for coursing
2
:  one that courses :  huntsman
3
:  any of various Old World birds (subfamily Cursoriinae of the family Glareolidae) noted for their speed in running

First Known Use of COURSER

1600

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