Definition of long reins in English:

long reins

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  • A pair of long reins used to school a horse from the ground.
    More example sentences
    • The driver tied the long reins that controlled a pair of black horses to a post by his seat and then proceeded to open the door of the carriage.
    • The king dismounted, letting his long reins fall to the ground.

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Pronunciation: mɪˈlɔːd
used to address an English nobleman