Horse liniment


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Horse liniment

Generally, a derisive term applied to any strong and disagreeable liniment.
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After a brief discussion it was decided that some horse liniment would effect the speediest of cures, even though the soft human skin is a great deal more tender than a horse's hair-covered hide.
She also accuses the coach of pinching the women inappropriately, massaging their backs with horse liniment and groping some of the female riders.
Nonetheless, I slapped on the horse liniment and indulged in my pre-race mental visualisation technique.