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noun as in cavalry

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Former Texas governor Ann Richards was a big fan of the Texas Rangers, a contingent of which was her protective detail.

“A lot of children my age wanted to be rangers,” he recalls.

It was, as its star would have wanted, squarely for her fans—the "Joan Rangers."

Rivers thanked "all Joan Rangers" for all the love and support that they had sent to her and her son Cooper, who Rivers adored.

In the past year, 29 African rangers were killed protecting wildlife from nefarious hunters.

We did the escort duty; then we came back and struck for the plain and put the Rangers through a rousing drilloh, for hours!

The spot where the two wood rangers had camped was certainly one of the most picturesque on the prairie.

It thus became no easy matter to drive the Rangers from a territory so dear to them, and in which they were befriended by all.

It was impossible to protect them against such reckless activity as the Rangers were constantly displaying.

As they approached, one of the Rangers stretched out his hand to disarm the major.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rangers, such as: squadron, army, bowlegs, cuirassiers, dragoons, and horse.

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