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Clydes·dale

 (klīdz′dāl′)
n.
A large powerful draft horse of a breed developed in the Clyde River valley of Scotland, having long white hair on the lower legs.

Clydesdale

(ˈklaɪdzˌdeɪl)
n
(Breeds) a heavy powerful breed of carthorse, originally from Scotland

Clydes•dale

(ˈklaɪdzˌdeɪl)

n.
any of a Scottish breed of strong, high-stepping draft horses with a feathering of long hairs along the backs of the legs.
[1780–90; after Clydesdale, the valley of the Clyde]

Clydesdale

A large workhorse that was developed in Scotland, probably from heavy black and dun stocks being imported into Great Britain by the eleventh century.
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Noun1.Clydesdale - heavy feathered-legged breed of draft horse originally from ScotlandClydesdale - heavy feathered-legged breed of draft horse originally from Scotland
draft horse, draught horse, dray horse - horse adapted for drawing heavy loads
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NEW YORK -- Budweiser is putting its Clydesdales out to pasture for the holidays.
This year's Budweiser Clydesdale ad, created by Anomaly, New York, was perhaps the most heart-tugging in recent memory, and reinvigorated the use of the iconic Clydesdales in A-B advertising.
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The Anheuser-Busch Budweiser Clydesdales are in town and their handlers took the opportunity to deliver beer from Girardi Distributors throughout the downtown area.
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Alongside the usual sheep, the Clydesdales will also be joined by Icelandic horses, alpacas and a haltered cow and calf in the showcase parade.