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Greyhound

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“A greyhounde shoulde be heded like a snake, And neked like a Drake; Foted like a Kat, Tayled like a Rat; Syded like a Teme, Chyned like a Beme.” (Dame Berner.)

“Syded like a teme,” probably means both sides alike; a plough-team being meant.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Grey Hen (A)
Grey Mare
Grey Wethers
Grey-coat Parson (A)
Grey from Grief
Grey Goose Wing (The)
Grey Mare’s Tail
Grey Washer by the Ford (The)
Greybeard (A)
Greycoats
Greyhound
Greyhound
Greys
Gridiron
Grief
Grievance - monger
Griffen Horse (The)
Griffin
Griffon, Griffen, or Griffin
Grig
Grim (Giant)