ringbone


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ring·bone

 (rĭng′bōn′)
n.
A bony growth on the fetlock, pastern, or coffin bone of a horse's foot, usually causing lameness.
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ringbone

(ˈrɪŋˌbəʊn)
n
(Veterinary Science) an abnormal bony growth affecting the pastern of a horse, often causing lameness
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ring•bone

(ˈrɪŋˌboʊn)

n.
an abnormal bony growth on the pastern bones of a horse, often resulting in lameness.
[1515–25]
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