cavesson


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cavesson

(ˈkævɪsən)
n
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) a kind of hard noseband, used (esp formerly) in breaking a horse in
[C16: via French from Italian cavezzone, from cavezza halter, ultimately related to Latin caput head]
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Of the four men, the two found guilty of manslaughter and violent disorder are Kevin Duarte, 19, of no fixed address, and Moses Kasule, 20, of Cavesson House Ribbons Walk in Stratford.
I shall put a cavesson in the nose of the oppressor and pull him towards truth even if he may dislike it most.
A soft nylon or leather halter, compared to a longeing cavesson, may encourage tight line pulling.