lasso[ las-oh, la-soo ]SEE DEFINITION OF lasso
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LASSO
Next it was for me to throw a lasso over that threshing tail.
Then I let down my rod and dove for the short rope to lasso the sweeping tail.
A cowboy whirls his lasso around and around his head before he throws it.
A lasso whizzed through the air and settled about their shoulders.
And none of them attempted to cut your lasso from their capstan?
Many of the reindeer are shy, and do not come to us when we are trying to lasso them.
Without saying a word, he went to his sleigh and took a lasso.
Then he came near enough to one of them, and threw his lasso and caught him.
He threw the lasso, drew it tight and the goat was captured.
The rope, or lariat, or lasso, is a handy implement for the Scout.