Clydesdale

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noun Clydes·dale \ ˈklīdz-ˌdāl \

Definition of Clydesdale

:any of a breed of heavy draft horses originally from Clydesdale, Scotland with long silky hair on the legs

First Known Use of clydesdale

1786


Clydesdale

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geographical name Clydes·dale \ ˈklīdz-ˌdāl \

Definition of Clydesdale

valley of the upper Clyde River in Scotland

CLYDESDALE Defined for English Language Learners

Clydesdale

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Definition of Clydesdale for English Language Learners

  • : a type of very large, heavy horse that is used to pull wagons


Clydesdale

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Definition of Clydesdale for English Language Learners

  • : a type of very large, heavy horse that is used to pull wagons



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