Definition of trappings in English:

trappings

Line breaks: trap|pings
Pronunciation: /ˈtrapɪŋz
 
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noun

  • 2A horse’s ornamental harness.
    More example sentences
    • It also includes used animal trappings such as harnesses, saddles, halters, reins, rope and chain.
    • Founded in Seville in 1892, El Caballo is a manufacturer of harnesses and leather trappings.
    • We freed the horses from their trappings, and I went about setting up our camp.

Origin

late Middle English: derivative of trap2.

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