Courser in a sentence

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Definition of Courser

  • One who courses or hunts.
  • A swift or spirited horse; a racer or a war horse; a charger.
  • A grallatorial bird of Europe Cursorius cursor, remarkable for its speed in running. Sometimes, in a wider sense, applied to running birds of the Ostrich family.
  • swift-footed terrestrial plover-like bird of southern Asia and Africa; related to the pratincoles
  • a dog trained for coursing
  • formerly a strong swift horse ridden into battle
  • a huntsman who hunts small animals with fast dogs that use sight rather than scent to follow their prey

How to use courser in a sentence. Courser pronunciation.

These Missouri mules were capable of pulling anything loose at both ends, and four experienced drivers had been selected from the detachment who were capable of riding anything that walked on four feet, or driving anything from an Arab courser to a pair of Shetland ponies.
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The time is short and the Divine Courser moves swiftly on; let us keep up and compete with each other and let us light a brilliant candle!
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Emily, hurt and galled in a score of petty ways, so subtle that they were beyond a man's courser comprehension, astonished her husband by her fierce outbursts of anger that seemed to him for the most part without reason or excuse.
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I scarcely know, unless to an immense skein of silk agitated and disturbed by tempestuous blasts, or to the long tail of a grey courser at furious speed.
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This is the stable you ask for; this is my jennet; this is my gelding; this is my courser, and this is my hackney, and laid on them with a great lever.
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Changing then his clothes, he rode a Naples courser, a Dutch roussin, a Spanish jennet, a barded or trapped steed, then a light fleet horse, unto whom he gave a hundred carieres, made him go the high saults, bounding in the air, free the ditch with a skip, leap over a stile or pale, turn short in a ring both to the right and left hand.
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But they, seeing that, drew their swords, and would have cut them; whereupon Panurge set fire to the train, and there burnt them up all like damned souls, both men and horses, not one escaping save one alone, who being mounted on a fleet Turkey courser, by mere speed in flight got himself out of the circle of the ropes.
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When the steed beheld his master, loud he whinnied loud and free, And, in token of subjection, knelt upon each broken knee; And a tear of walnut largeness to the warrior's eyelids rose, As he fondly picked a bean-straw from his coughing courser's nose.
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Then he seized his lance, and, vaulting, in the saddle sate upright; Marble seemed the noble courser, iron seemed the mailed knight; And a cry of admiration burst from every Moorish lady.
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Speed thee onward, gallant courser, speed thee with thy knightly freight!
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Onward, onward rush the coursers; Woolfordinez, peerless girl, O'er the garters lightly bounding From her steed with airy whirl!
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Now his courser's flanks he lashes, O'er his shoulder flings the rein, And his feet aloft he tosses, Holding stoutly by the mane!
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That instant dashed into the lists, all armed from head to heel, On courser brown, with vizor down, a warrior sheathed in steel; Then said our Queen-'Was ever seen so stout a knight and tall?
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She's struck her callin'," remarked Budd Hankinson one day, while watching her speeding like a courser across the open country.
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First they wheeled their supple coursers, wheeled them at their utmost speed, Then they galloped by in squadrons, tossing far the light jereed; Then around the circus racing, faster than the swallow flies, Did they spurn the yellow sawdust in the rapt spectators' eyes.
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Warriors three from Alcantara burst into the listed space, Warriors three, all bred in battle, of the proud Alhambra race: Trumpets sounded, coursers bounded, and the foremost straight went down, Tumbling, like a sack of turnips, right before the jeering Clown.
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On courser brown, with vizor down, a warrior sheathed in steel; Then said our Queen-'Was ever seen so stout a knight and tall?
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Thus the richer man is always an obstacle to one that is hastening [to be rich]: as when the courser whirls along the chariot dismissed from the place of starting; the charioteer presses upon those horses which outstrip his own, despising him that is left behind coming on among the last.
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Some one seems frequently to ring in my purified ear: "Wisely in time dismiss the aged courser, lest, an object of derision, he miscarry at last, and break his wind.
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But, whether hot blood, or inexperience in things, exasperates you, wild as coursers with unsubdued neck, in whatever place you live, too worthy to break the fraternal bond, a devoted heifer is feeding against your return.
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Examples of Courser

Example #1
It was a cheerful omen.
Example #2
J. Shiffer had been selected as corral boss of the detachment.
Example #3
If we desire to reach the apex of the Supreme Kingdom, we must unfurl our wings; if we wish to dive into the depths of the ocean, we must teach our limbs swimming.
Example #4
Now is the time to roar like unto a sea and seek to ascend heavenward!
Example #5
He tried his best to preserve the peace between his wife and mother; and when he failed, not understanding all that Emily really endured at the elder woman's merciless hands, he grew to think her capricious and easily irritated-a spoiled child whose whims must not be taken too seriously.
Example #6
She had the advantage of Emily in that she was always sweet-spoken and, on the surface, sweet-tempered.