four-in-hand : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a long necktie that is tied in a slipknot with one end hanging in front of the other
- n a carriage pulled by four horses with one driver
- Prince Philip had a nasty fall when his four-in-hand overturned in Windsor Great Park, throwing him under the horses' hooves.
- But it was the Irish Stagecoach, a spanking four-in-hand, with liveried coachman and guards, sounding an ancient English horn in the good Irish air.
- Sportsman William Henry Vander-"hilt, whose four-in-hand coach was used as a model for the current edition of Christmas seals of the National Tuberculosis Association (PTI, Dec .