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noun as in mounted cattle hand

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The Dallas Cowboys sell out their state-of-the art football stadium.

If he does leave St. Louis, a pass rush-needy team like the Dallas Cowboys might be tempted to add him.

They were cowboys, and John Wayne was the biggest star of them all.

In American sports terms, Ronaldo is kind of like a one-man New York Yankees, Dallas Cowboys, or Duke basketball.

Before he put them in Easy Rider, Hopper loved bikers and thought of them as the cowboys of the 1960s.

"Yes, if we don't run away with some of those handsome cowboys," put in Amy, with a chuckle.

The girls sauntered along, 16 regarding the stores and one of two lounging cowboys with interest.

The girls nodded and crowded forward eagerly while Andy called to some of the cowboys who had been lingering enviously near.

The two voices trailed away as Tom and his father moved toward the cowboys bunkhouse.

At the corral fence they separated, Gale going on to the ranch house and Jim into the cowboys bunkhouse.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cowboys, such as: herdsman, rancher, bronco, wrangler, vaquero, and gaucho.

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