neigh neigh


  1. (n) the characteristic sounds made by a horse
  2. (v) make a characteristic sound, of a horse



  1. Cox misinterprets Chad's call as blackmail, and rears up to snort and neigh at the do-gooders.
  2. The President overwhelmed the Senator by 10 to 1 in his native Georgia, 6 to 1 in neigh boring Alabama, and nearly 3 to 1 in Florida.
  3. Into the cellar next day flocked neigh bors to see the battle.


  1. Sand­ers: Barking up the wrong tree

    Last summer I grew tired of my disfigured maple tree continually splintering into heavy, large and sharp pieces and damaging my neigh­bor’s house.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Wichita Falls Times Record News

  2. Western Henrico housing plan advances

    The Henrico County Planning Commission on Thursday night recommended approval of a development of up to 16 homes off Springfield Road, a high-traffic, accident-prone thoroughfare that has been a neigh
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Richmond Times-Dispatch

  3. Neigh It Ain’t So! Parents Fret Over My Little Pony’s Sexy Makeover

    A new movie from the My Little Pony franchise has bronies and pegasisters crying, “Neigh!” My Little Pony: Equestria Girls , a new film by Hasbro Studios, transforms the collectible horsies-turned-TV stars into scantily clad teens, and parents are none too happy with the makeover. My Little Pony first trotted through Hollywood in the 1980s, with Read More
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The New York Observer


  • Premier Wen described Prime Minister Dung's official visit as an important event furthering the comprehensive, strategic and co-operative partnership under the motto of "friendly neigh-bourliness, comprehensive co-operation, long-lasting stability...
    on Oct 23, 2008 By: Wen Jiabao Source: Viet Nam News

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