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horse-drawn

adj
(of a cart, carriage, etc) pulled by a horse or horses

horse′-drawn`


adj.
pulled along by one or more horses: longing for the days of horse-drawn carriages.
[1880–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.horse-drawn - pulled by a horse; "a horse-drawn carriage"
Translations

horse-drawn

[ˈhɔːsdrɔːn] ADJde tracción animal, tirado por caballos

horse-drawn

[ˈhɔːsˌdrɔːn] adja cavalli, tirato/a da cavalli
References in classic literature ?
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Prince Philip loves driving automobiles and horse-drawn carriages.
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Completing the military scene will be the 29th Field Kitchen, a horse-drawn field kitchen, and farriery demonstrations.
Horse-drawn charabancs queued at the fountain in Dumfries High Street in 1906 - with not a car in sight.
Once a means of transport, the use of horse-drawn carriages are now in vogue at weddings.
ISLAMABAD -- As 'Tangas' have become a traditional feature of weddings and other social functions in Pakistan, the horse-drawn, wooden carriage locally known as 'tanga' replaced with modern transport modes.
The horse-drawn machinery was small scale, appropriate for two-horse power and relatively small fields.
PETA ultimately wants the use of horse-drawn carriages at tourist attractions to be prohibited altogether.