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The desperado remembered that his horse stood hitched a quarter of a mile away.

When 'Bear Cat' Went DryCharles Neville Buck

There were circumstances, however, which kept away the rowdy and desperado element who usually make for a newly opened goldfield.

The Great Boer WarArthur Conan Doyle

The impenetrable rocky region was behind them; the desperado and his band were ahead of them, in comparatively an open country.

So resourceful and crafty was this desperado that he evaded trap after trap laid for his capture.

Frontier Boys on the CoastCapt. Wyn Roosevelt

A desperado, seeking to kill him, threw down on him as he was entering a saloon.

When the West Was YoungFrederick R. Bechdolt

But, monsieur, I am not one who would wish you to be a common bravo—a desperado—for me.

Louisiana LouWilliam West Winter

The desperado was all too well known in Holbrook, and scarcely a man in all the place cared to face him.

The two men were soon writhing together on the guard deck, and I was pleased to observe the desperado was undermost.

The Book of the BushGeorge Dunderdale

For the present I took life as easy as I could and had no boyish ambition to be a cowboy or a desperado.

Confessions of a NeurasthenicWilliam Taylor Marrs

The full current of the river was between them and the desperado.

Ben BlairWill Lillibridge

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