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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I was punchin' longhorns when yore mammy was paddlin' you for stealin' the sugar.

I can track anything but screamers, stilt-birds, longhorns and donovans.

I have traced this genesis with more detail in The Longhorns.

One of the Texas men had fired in the air, but no one had seen him fire and the other Texans jumped like longhorns.

"I can track down anything but screamers, stilt-birds, longhorns and donovans," Sipar had told him solemnly.

The cowman saw that he was doomed, and so rounded up his herds of longhorns and drove on westward into Wyoming and Montana.

Down it was moving toward them a cloud of yellow dust stirred up by a bunch of Texas longhorns.

The base of the cup is decorated with three Texas longhorns with an anchor and shield.

One July day in 1881 a number of them embarked on such an expedition and they gathered a bunch of several hundred longhorns.

They left a small rear-guard, who fell back slowly from rock to rock while their companions urged the longhorns to a run.