carthorse

Carthorse vs Packhorse - What's the difference?

carthorse | packhorse |

Carthorse is a see also of packhorse.


As nouns the difference between carthorse and packhorse

is that carthorse is a large, strong horse used for pulling heavy loads while packhorse is a horse used as a pack animal.

Load vs Carthorse - What's the difference?

load | carthorse |


As nouns the difference between load and carthorse

is that load is a burden; a weight to be carried while carthorse is a large, strong horse used for pulling heavy loads.

As a verb load

is to put a load on or in (a means of conveyance or a place of storage).

Pulling vs Carthorse - What's the difference?

pulling | carthorse |


As nouns the difference between pulling and carthorse

is that pulling is the act by which something is pulled while carthorse is a large, strong horse used for pulling heavy loads.

As a verb pulling

is .

Horse vs Carthorse - What's the difference?

horse | carthorse |


As nouns the difference between horse and carthorse

is that horse is (lb) of, like, or closely associated with the animal equus ferus caballus or horse can be (uncountable|slang|dated) heroin while carthorse is a large, strong horse used for pulling heavy loads.

As a verb horse

is to frolic, to act mischievously (usually followed by "around").