Synonyms for big band

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Burleigh says he 'lost his nerve' when they met Red Cloud's big band.

A big band of deer's workin' down this way, and they're like to come out any time.

The big band chariot was slowly ascending the foothills of the mountains.

A big band of hunters is in the jungle, and they are coming this way.

They're a big band, so big that they ain't afeard o' bein' attacked.

I did—as I do when a big band of Indians cross my trail—I skirted it.

We must leave the trail, or like as not we'll run squarely into a big band.

I had killed fifteen buffaloes, and we were on our way home with a wagonload of meat when we were jumped by a big band of Indians.

And into the midst of the big band of brothers stalked Death—far too frequently during the Great War.

At the Bird-Tail not one sheep was to be seen—every one had been sheared, and the big band driven back to its range.