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stable lad

noun
1.
a person who looks after the horses in a racing stable
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  • Somebody must have tampered with it—some stable lad, perhaps.

    Spies of the Kaiser William Le Queux
  • Before starting in search of her I called up Charley, my stable lad.

    Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
  • The new mare and the dog-cart in charge of the stable lad were there, but no Dick.

    Viviette William J. Locke
  • But, my master, gasped a stable lad, a squire from Master Ogilvies led the beast away not ten minutes ago.

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