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palfrey
American English: /ˈpɔlfri/
British English: /ˈpɔːlfri/
, /ˈpalfri/

Translation of palfrey in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Equestrian purchases were prominent, and extra horses, especially geldings and palfreys, were obtained and equipped with pommels of gold and silver.
    • They seemed to be saluting a noble party riding by, ladies on palfreys, gentlemen on chargers.
    • She lived her full complement of days, ending them at her own farm in the southwest horse country, where she bred some of the finest coursers and palfreys outside of the large established studs.

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