corral

[ kuh-ral ]SEE DEFINITION OF corral

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRAL

He had led Andrew to the corral and told him to make his choice.

That corral where he usually kept his wagon, and where the old hut stood.

Also, thar's nothin' in that corral bluff of Missis Rucker's.

When the men had made a hasty end of their breakfast three of them started to the corral.

A fence in the Bad Lands was unknown outside a corral in those days.

“Well, it might be worse,” he confided to Bunting out in the corral.

The one window faced the corral, and Conrad turned from it in shaking horror.

Bill McCandless leaped from the saddle and swaggered to the corral bars.

The saddle-horses, ready for the trail, were hitched to the corral fences.

No eye in the corral could follow and record all his movements.

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enclosure

nounarea bounded by something
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