currycomb


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currycomb

a flat toothed device used like a brush in grooming horses, principally for removing debris such as caked mud. Made usually of metal or hard rubber. Used in combination with a dandybrush or bodybrush.
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19) (Instead of teaching his disciples about Virgil and Dante, he made us take up the currycomb and play madrigals with that on the backside of one of his stallions.
By the time we'd finished, you could have gone over the place with a currycomb and not found so much as the peeling of a potato to hint that there'd ever been a spoonful of poteen concocted inside it.
Devices used to snare hair included currycombs, wire brushes, and nails (Belant 2003a, DePue and Ben-David 2006).