Synonym: crib, jigger, shot glass, trot. Similar words: agony, irony, colony, harmony, antonym, acrimony, anonymous, ceremony. Meaning: ['pəʊnɪ] n. 1. a range horse of the western United States 2. an informal term for a racehorse 3. a literal translation used in studying a foreign language (often used illicitly) 4. a small glass adequate to hold a single swallow of whiskey 5. any of various breeds of small gentle horses usually less than five feet high at the shoulder.
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(1) The pony swished its tail.
(2) The pony nuzzled my hand.
(3) I suppose I shall have to pony up, whether I like it or not.
(4) "Whoa there, Poppy, " he said to his pony, and pulled up beside the kerb.
(5) Where do you stable your pony?
(6) She trotted her pony around the field.
(7) She hitched the pony to the gate.
(8) Polly spends hours in the stables grooming her pony.
(9) She's set her heart on having a pony.
(10) He was brushing the pony down.
(11) The cart was drawn by a pony.
(12) Seeing him coming,the pony began to fling out.
(13) He cannot pony up the required quota of references.
(14) All investors had to pony up a minimum of $5000.
(15) She can't come pony trekking after all because she's in a delicate condition.
(16) She got her very own pony as a birthday present when she was eleven.
(17) Those children regularly pony up for a second helping of my cheesecake.
(18) The pony scrabbled up and waited for the rider, who remounted and carried on.
(19) It's so cruel to keep a pony chained up like that all the time.
(20) I had a very good 14.2 hands pony, called Brandy.
(21) Naomi was given a pony and taught to ride side-saddle.
(22) How much does it cost to go pony trekking for an afternoon?
(23) His father gave him a pony as a Christmas present.
(24) Diana even had her own Shetland pony called Souffle.
(25) As a young girl, she spent every weekend riding her pony.
(26) 'Gee up!' she shouted, but it was no good, the pony stood still. Sentencedict.com
(27) As there's no public transport, I suppose we'll have to use shanks's pony.
(28) Technically, a horse which is smaller than 1.5 metres at the shoulder is termed a pony.
(29) We were trotting along the lane when a car suddenly appeared from nowhere and almost made me fall off my pony.
(30) If you won't drive me, I'll have to get there on Shanks's pony.
More similar words: agony, irony, colony, harmony, antonym, acrimony, anonymous, ceremony, cronyism, hegemony, testimony, matrimony, cacophony, synonymous, telephony, ponder, keep on, disharmony, patronymic, postpone, thereupon, opponent, respond, component, sponsor, sponge off, look upon, response, ponderous, enter upon.