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

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On a peg just inside the door of the ranchman's old wine shed hung one of the horses' unused nosebags.
A-BIRDING ON A BRONCOFLORENCE A. MERRIAM
This was the Judgeship of the Plains, an office charged directly with the interests of the ranchman.
He was built like a pine-tree, and had a playful tongue, and also he was a ranchman like the Boy that was gone.
As he was finishing, the ranchman came in and, when the food had been put away, took Bob out to teach him how to throw the rope.
BOB CHESTER'S GRITFRANK V. WEBSTER
Roosevelt, meanwhile, was proving himself as capable as a ranchman as he was courageous as an investor.
"It is the wife of my brother and his daughter," responded the ranchman with unruffled suavity.
A WOUNDED NAMECHARLES KING
After an examination, the ranchman declared that there was nothing serious the matter.
There is a ranchman out on Bad River, who tells me that there is no such thing as an Indian question.
Jack Valentine was the only person with the ranchman when he made his (alleged) croak.
She urged her horse into a lope, and reached Thompson's just as the ranchman and his two hands were starting for the barn.
THE GOLD GIRLJAMES B. HENDRYX

WORDS RELATED TO RANCHMAN

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