sheepherder

[ sheep-hur-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF sheepherder
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHEEPHERDER

No, she would not really want to be a sheepherder; at least not alone.

You had to band together in a pack, like a flock of sheep, with Carlsen for sheepherder.

You run off and told the sheriff just like I told you—just like the goddam white-livered Irish sheepherder you are.

Who writes poetry of the sheep and sheepherder of the present time?

That's more reasonable than the sheepherder story, by cripes!

Whereupon he did as he had done once before when the offender had been a sheepherder.

"It was likely some sheepherder gone clean nutty," mused Irish.

It's about as bad as being a sheepherder, only you won't have any sheep for company.

There was the bloated, fat Scotch boy, whom we called just Fatty, a sheepherder by calling.

For your sheepherder does not sleep on the ground like the cowboy, but prefers a sheltering wagon.

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