Definition of steed
: horse; especially : a spirited horse (as for war)
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
When the limo drops them off at Pony Land San Diego, the daters check in and prepare to mount a pair of steeds for a ride along the county’s only horse-friendly beach.
Muslims believe that the Prophet Mohammed was carried on a flying steed from Mecca to al-Aqsa during his miraculous Night Journey, said Muqtedar Khan, an expert on Islam and politics at the University of Delaware.
Mount your steed and fill your quiver! (filmforum.org)
The steeds lined the candlelit pathway to the party as the mostly...
With one-half of the total score dependent on the horse, riders want to climb on a tough, and ornery, steed.
Seen from Earth, Pallas will be positioned about three degrees northwest of Enif, which marks the nose of the constellation Pegasus, the mythical flying steed.
Crispin Glover’s Knave of Hearts character disrupts the tea party by making a grand entrance on a handsome steed.
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STEED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of steed for English Language Learners
: a horse that a person rides
STEED Defined for Kids
Definition of steed for Students
: a usually lively horse
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