- to urge on (of horse)
- One of the secrets of the speaker's success is this ability to play his opponent like a fish.
- Inclined to make trouble; unruly.
- Difficult to manage or govern; stubborn.
- This horse reins well.
- Her imagination tends to run away with her.
- Can you manage with this horse?
- How heavy on hand mary will find him.
- Difficult to work with such as soil; intractable.
- No doubt nixon's distraught appearance conveying an impression of both grief and evasion did not offer the picture of a chief executive dominating crisis.
- Is the horseman riding the horse or the charioteer driving the two steeds?
- They became aware that the late18th-century cult of sensibility which had championed untrammelled emotion as the fount of altruism could easily spill over into self-indulgent histrionics; the sincerity they valued as the highest good could drift into self-deception and selfishness.
- More and more he admired franklin roosevelt's ability to drive this balky team.
- One young athenian nobleman defended his political reputation by saying he entered seven chariots in the olympic chariot race.
- It seems unlikely to command a consensus.
- In the iliad poseidon appears only in his capacity of ruler of the sea inhabiting a brilliant palace in its depths traversing its surface in a chariot or sirring the powerful billows till the earth shakes as they crash upon the shore.