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war·horse / ˈwôrˌhôrs/ • n. (in historical contexts) a large, powerful horse ridden in battle. ∎ inf. an elderly person such as a soldier, politician, or sports player who has fought many campaigns or contests. ∎  a musical, theatrical, or literary work that has been heard or performed repeatedly: that old warhorse Liszt's “Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.”

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