horse's tail

noun

Origin:
1870–75

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Fortunately, this took the rope out from under the horse's tail, but left him
  thoroughly frightened.
As you would expect, their name is derived from their resemblance to a horse's
  tail.
The sword hangs from its handle above his head by a single hair of a horse's
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He leans forward as his horse's tail and legs stretch out in a gallop.
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