Examples of steed in a Sentence
a brave knight and his noble steed
the knight mounted his trusty steed
Recent Examples of steed from the Web
Haigh never shows Charley riding Pete, only walking alongside the horse, which cements the idea of them not as master and steed but as equals.
Earlier this month, a 15-year-old girl in Cleethorpes rode her pony through a McDonald’s drive-up, ordering carrots for her trusty steed before heading on her way.
Del owns a pair of steeds, the more mellow of whom is a quarter horse named Lean on Pete; with his jockey Bonnie (Chloe Sevigny) and with Charley signed up as general purpose gofer, Del plies a circuit of county fairs and backwoods racetracks.
Knights fought with swords, a noble steed pranced, and the anachronistic tinge clearly was intended.
Such barriers to entry hurt sore steeds, workers and the economy, so it’s good news that Nebraska lawmakers are considering an occupational licensing reform that could be a national model.
Still, the rep added that the barista had turned Aspen and Scout away mostly out of surprise at seeing a noble steed at the window.
But to ease the tensions a bit, Holder says that fans shouldn't think that the Saints aren't going to go out and find a veteran player to help solidify the young group that played in the steed of Vaccaro when he was injured this season.
Although Charles was a physically unprepossessing figure, he is made more magnificent by clothes, armor, jewels, and by his setting—atop a frisky slobbering steed, or enthroned before a robust column.
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: a horse that a person rides
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