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  • n. Plural form of gelding.


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  • They may not know the specifics of IRS rules and regulations-such as geldings cannot be placed in service in a breeding operation except in working or "teasing" applications.

    Headlines - Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick

  • Male horses are stallions until a certain age and then they’re called geldings, right?

    Surrender A Dream

  • They're payin 'for 'em, in the cities, every day in the year, seven an' eight hundred a pair, matched geldings, four years old.


  • The Democrats, by and large a stable of geldings, have no purchase on how to inform America about how extreme and loony the other party has become.

    Jon Stewart still calls out to sensible America. Fox won't

  • The best they can do is make geldings and spays of those who do possess the faith: this is not an appealing prospect for most people.


  • I describe the heterodox liberals as spiritual geldings and spays; they have removed the essentials of their faith and cannot reproduce, bringing in neither converts nor vocations.


  • Her father insists they call all the mares "Jewel" and all the geldings "George" and warns Abby not to get attached: the horses are there to be sold.

    The Georges and the Jewels by Jane Smiley: Book summary

  • He was turned out in a lush grass field with five other geldings where he could graze all day and run at will.

    Beasts of Burden: What happens to thoroughbred racehorses after retirement

  • Zito's pair tops a field of a dozen 3-year-old colts and geldings who will try to ace racing's "Test of the Champion," a 1 1/2 - mile lap around Belmont Park in the longest of the Triple Crown races.

    Zito has two reasons to look forward to Belmont

  • They were Belgian geldings, sorrel-colored, with flaxen manes and tails.

    The Dirty Life


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