How to Pronounce quirts?

Correct pronunciation for the word "quirts" is [kwˈɜːts], [kwˈɜːts], [k_w_ˈɜː_t_s].

"Quirts" in context

Quirts are a type of long flexible whip that has been used by cowboys and other horse riders since the mid 1800s. It is usually made of braided leather or rope, and has a small loop or handle at one end. The quirt is used to direct the horse while riding, by using the loop to grab it and give commands to the horse. In addition, it can be used as an aid to driving cattle, by making loud noises and cracking it to scare animals away. Quirts can also be used for training horses, and generally for handling livestock in a range of situations.

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