colt

All Noun
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  • He was one of the top three three-year-old colts of his time.
  • He was one of the top three three-year-old colts of his time.
  • The Colts were able to build upon their first year success the following season.
  • My wish then was to stay on a two-year-old colt which had never been broken. Cited from Humorous Masterpieces from American Literature, by Various
  • My wish then was to stay on a two-year-old colt which had never been broken. Cited from Humorous Masterpieces from American Literature, by Various
  • The club fields three senior sides, a colts team and other junior teams which.
  • There is a big colts section and the men's teams are very successful.
  • All were run against his fellow three year-old colts.
  • All were run against his fellow three year-old colts.
  • Lightning won her after his first real fight against another grey colt.
  • The season began slowly for the Colts, losing many of their opening games.
  • However, the colt's three-year-old campaign was not a success.
  • In a moment he was on the colt's back behind her. Cited from In the Days of Poor Richard, by Irving Bacheller
  • He played three years for the Colts, starting almost every game.
  • Their second child, a son named Colt, passed away shortly after birth because of a heart condition.
  • The Colts then attempted two final passes before time ran out, and the game was over.
  • A colt is a male horse, usually below the age of four or not more than four years of age.
  • Colt has discontinued its production twice, but brought it back due to popular demand.
  • Against the Colts however, all they could manage was a field goal on their opening drive.
  • Before the end of the half, the Colts put together another touchdown drive.
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Synonyms of colt

Meaning of colt

  • noun A young male horse under the age of four
  • noun A kind of revolver