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- noun Plural form of
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In vain Phaethon pulled at the reins; in vain he called the steeds by name.
In fact, you might say that the steeds were the stars this time.
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I think before Pat Brady and his jeep came around, the English commonly called their steeds Nellie so the horse reference is apt.
'O son of Ganga, this army that is ready for fight, of Pandu's son, that abounds with men, elephants, and steeds, that is crowded with Maharathas, that is protected by these mighty bowmen endued with great strength, viz.,
The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2 Books 4, 5, 6 and 7
As the rescuers had been about to move when the approaching party was discovered, and as some of the cowboys actually had their horses in hand, the securing of the remainder of the steeds was a work of no great moment.
They and their steeds were the personification of the clouds, their glittering weapons being the lightning flashes.
And our steeds were the God-bred coursers, nor day from night-tide knew:
The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs
* rassisme leef nog; bv bruines word steeds nie in
He currently has five bikes – or "steeds" in his argot – but this book follows his quest to build one dream machine "to grow old with".
It's All About the Bike: The Pursuit of Happiness on Two Wheels by Robert Penn
Unlike Earth-bound mystics, the Na'Vi have a convenient plug, attached to their bodies, which physically unites them to other beings (such as steeds, winged or otherwise) and to Aiwa Herself/Itself.
Jay Michaelson: The Meaning of Avatar: Everything is God (A Response to Ross Douthat and other naysayers of 'pantheism')
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