(in historical contexts) a large, powerful horse ridden in battle.
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.”
, corse, course, divorce, endorse (US
indorse), enforce, force, gorse, hoarse, horse, morse, Norse
, perforce, reinforce, sauce, source, torse
•Wilberforce • workforce • packhorse
•carthorse • racehorse • sea horse
•hobby horse • Whitehorse
•clothes horse • shire horse
•workhorse • racecourse • concourse
•intercourse • watercourse