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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

It beats punching cows, though—that is, when a fellow discovers that he isn't a successful cowpuncher.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
The cowpuncher's mount went down, its nose burrowing into the turf.
It came almost before the words were out of the cowpuncher's mouth.
Tad then delivered his message and rode on to the next cowpuncher.
The cowpuncher's fingers were opening and closing convulsively.
The cowpuncher threw himself into his saddle, on which he sat, stolidly awaiting the arrival of the Pony Riders.
Tad's eyes were sparkling from the experiences of the evening, as well as from the praise bestowed upon him by the big cowpuncher.
It was the cowpuncher's way of telling the herd that he had arrived and was on hand to guard them against trouble.
"That boy's got the making of a great cowpuncher in him," said the foreman, nodding his head approvingly.
Instead of reaching the muley steer, the loop caught the left hind foot of the cowpuncher's galloping pony.

WORDS RELATED TO COWPUNCHER

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