Straps vs Caparison - What's the difference?

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Straps is a related term of caparison.


As nouns the difference between straps and caparison

is that straps is while caparison is the often ornamental coverings for an animal, especially a horse or an elephant.

As verbs the difference between straps and caparison

is that straps is (strap) while caparison is to dress up a horse or elephant with ornamental coverings.

straps

English

Noun

(head)
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (strap)
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    caparison

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • The often ornamental coverings for an animal, especially a horse or an elephant.
  • * 1861 , Charlotte Guest, translator, .
  • And the green of the caparison of the horse, and of his rider, was as green as the leaves of the fir-tree, and the yellow was as yellow as the blossom of the broom.
  • Gay or rich clothing.
  • * Smollett
  • My heart groans beneath the gay caparison .

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To dress up a horse or elephant with ornamental coverings.
  • * 1593 , Shakespeare, Richard III , .
  • Come, bustle, bustle; caparison my horse