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Rowel

- Noun

A roll of hair, silk, etc., passed through the flesh of horses, answering to a seton in human surgery.

- Verb

To insert a rowel, or roll of hair or silk, into (as the flesh of a horse).

- Noun

The little wheel of a spur, with sharp points.

- Noun

A little flat ring or wheel on horses' bits.


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