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synonyms for ranched

  • cultivate
  • graze
  • grow
  • harvest
  • look after
  • operate
  • plow
  • reap
  • sow
  • tend
  • crop
  • direct
  • dress
  • garden
  • harrow
  • homestead
  • husband
  • landscape
  • pasture
  • plant
  • ranch
  • run
  • seed
  • subdue
  • superintend
  • till
  • work
  • bring under cultivation
  • till the soil
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antonyms for ranched

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  • ignore
  • neglect
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How to use ranched in a sentence

If these weren't modern days he'd come near bein' a gun-man, same as we had in Texas, when I ranched there in the 'seventies.
THE LIGHT OF WESTERN STARSZANE GREY
For a time he "ranched" without success, and was heard of as a frequenter of saloons.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 98, JUNE 14 1890VARIOUS
It caused her to remove to Santa Ana, where her old father had feebly ranched a "quarter section" in the valley.
UNDER THE REDWOODSBRET HARTE
He had ranched in Canada, and had also done something vague of the outdoor kind in Texas.
DECEMBER LOVEROBERT HICHENS
After he had finished his first season of work as sheriff and as United States marshal, Garrett ranched it for a time.
THE STORY OF THE OUTLAWEMERSON HOUGH
I know a lot about horses, and he's ranched some before—this English duck.
MCTEAGUEFRANK NORRIS
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