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Singular
Halter

Plural
Halters

Halter (plural Halters)
  1. A bitless headpiece of rope or straps, placed on the head of animals such as cattle or horses to lead or tie them.
  2. A woman's garment covering the upper chest, a halter top.
  3. A rope with a noose for hanging criminals. The hangman's noose for the gallows.

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Infinitive
to Halter

Third person singular
halters

Simple past
haltered

Past participle
haltered

Present participle
haltering

to Halter (third-person singular simple present halters, present participle haltering, simple past and past participle haltered)
  1. To place a halter on.
    What do you mean you didn't halter the horses when we stopped for the night?

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