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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After a minute of whispering The Mantra of Letting Go, Stephen heard the annoyed inspector promising to cut his 'stinking hair' and scrub him clean with a horse's currycomb.
Currycombs and "shedding" blades should have fine teeth.
Devices used to snare hair included currycombs, wire brushes, and nails (Belant 2003a, DePue and Ben-David 2006).
They also groomed Thunder by brushing him with currycombs.
was flayed by the Romans, his flesh stripped from his bones by currycombs.