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double harness

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Definition of double harness in English:

noun

A harness worn by two horses working together: a gentle team of horses and a set of double harness
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  • Shortly after marrying Hedge, Mother used her little savings to buy a gentle team of horses, a buckboard, and a set of double harness.
  • He held a special sale of single, light and double harnesses and the cheapest horse blankets money could buy.

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