Definition Of shies
(especially of a horse) start suddenly aside in fright at an object, noise, or movement.
His horse shied to the right, making room on the path for the newcomer.
a sudden startled movement, especially of a frightened horse.
an act of flinging or throwing something at a target.
Non-striker Gordon Webster, running to the danger end, would have been well short of safety had the shy at the stumps been on target.
fling or throw (something) at a target.
he tore the glasses off and shied them at her
Example Of shies
At that moment, a flash of green and brown shot between them, and the black stallion shied , backing away, neighing.
But the white horse shied away from her, his wild eyes showing their whites, ears laid back in fear.
Calvin seemed a bit shyer now and he wasn't smiling quite so much.
Charcoal stopped shying her feet and stood still, enjoying Laurel's attention.
Dusty eased onto the bronco, who shied as soon as he felt weight on him.