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
For those obsessed with Ferry’s stable of steeds, there’s no greater variety of Porsches on the Monterey Peninsula during the Monterey Car Week festivities.
USC’s horse is named Traveler, while Lee’s favorite steed went by Traveller.
Cutler heroically riding in on a white steed should neither imbue Dolfans with particular hope nor dread.
Here, brevity is not a major criterion, since jockeys likely don’t actually converse with their steeds in the heat of a race.
And in another corner, preschoolers grasp tightly to their noble steeds aboard a merry-go-round.
As other tourists overtook me on their relaxed steeds, my horse stopped to make prolonged noises of apparent anguish.
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.
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Synonymsequine, nag, horse
Related Wordsequid; colt, filly, foal, gelding, mare, stallion; bronco, mustang, pony; charger, courser, cow pony, cutting horse, galloper, hack, hackney, mount, packhorse, prancer, quarter horse, racehorse, saddle horse, trotter, warhorse, workhorse; bay, black, buckskin, chestnut, dun, palomino, pinto, roan, skewbald, sorrel; cob, dobbin, jade, plug, skate
STEED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of steed for English Language Learners
: a horse that a person rides
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