American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A man who raises or tends cattle.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is engaged in rearing cattle on a ranch; a ranchman.
- n. a man who raises (or tends) cattle
- n. a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback
- cattle + man (Wiktionary)
“She knew all along that her father was planning some sort of birthday surprise for her, and now she could not but wonder what it was that had called the cattleman in to Longstreet's aid.”
“Mountain Home rancher Steve Damele is the kind of cattleman who doesn't mince words”
“Beyond that lay the Laramie plains where the Wyoming cattle business started after a nineteenth-century cattleman lost some of his cows on a drive from Montana summer pasture back to Texas.”
“It was while at the Jingle-bob, but mailed by a cattleman from Chicago, that Young Dick wrote a letter to his guardians.”
“Ben is modeled on a real person, Jim Hathaway, who was a legendary cattleman, deputy sheriff, and soldier of fortune in southern Arizona in the early-to-mid 20th century.”
“The 75-year-old cattleman will have fewer head to sell next year, but that also means fewer mouths needing expensive hay and scarce water.”
“We can change the dynamic of the discussion going on with the consumer with two phrases: We care and we're capable," Daren Williams, an executive at the cattleman's association, told a recent MBA class in Denver.”
“A good cattleman can tell when a cow is about to drop, unless he has a large herd the cow should be barned up to be kept safe.”
““Big Bill” Bury was a cattleman and oilman whose empire stretched from Montana to Texas.”
“Milton T. Burton is a Texas native, former college teacher, cattleman, and political consultant.”
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