Jonathan Swift, in his satire Gulliver's Travels, gives his horse-like creatures the name "Houyhnhnmns" in imitation of their ___ speech.
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I think C
I think B or C
i have no idea, i apologize but i was never taught this.
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but let me see if i can be of any service.
it is C you are right
The word equestrian is a reference to horseback riding. Notable examples of this are: Equestrianism, the art of horseback riding. Equestrian order, one of the upper classes in ancient Rome.
the rest dont quite match up.
Do I get a medal for a good guess?
mm i suppose you do.
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the correct answer is equine
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