Definition of unhorse in English:

unhorse

Line breaks: un|horse
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈhɔːs
 
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verb

[with object]
Drag or cause to fall from a horse: having unhorsed each other, the two men finished the fight on foot figurative her mission is to unhorse fashionable literary figures and theories
More example sentences
  • And hardest of all was the force needed to unhorse a performer hesitant to fall on cue.
  • Still, he had to show her his displeasure towards her unhorsing him.
  • By unhorsing the only white knight around at the time, the government effectively caused the group to collapse.

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