Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cowhand.

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Examples

  • Although Bush’s triangle had only two sides, his word-image nicely brought to mind a picture of an iron triangle used sometimes on Texas ranches to call cowhands to dinner.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • Although Bush’s triangle had only two sides, his word-image nicely brought to mind a picture of an iron triangle used sometimes on Texas ranches to call cowhands to dinner.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • While Chico and the cowhands gathered the three- and four-year-olds “destined to provide dividends for shareholders in the old country 5,000 miles away,” Seton-Karr and a party of friends would be on a month-long hunt in the Medicine Bow range.

    Bird Cloud

  • While Chico and the cowhands gathered the three- and four-year-olds “destined to provide dividends for shareholders in the old country 5,000 miles away,” Seton-Karr and a party of friends would be on a month-long hunt in the Medicine Bow range.

    Bird Cloud

  • Ben pauses a moment, tips his hat back with two fingers as he's seen the cowhands do, and grins his peculiar grin.

    Excerpt: Crossers by Philip Caputo

  • While Chico and the cowhands gathered the three- and four-year-olds “destined to provide dividends for shareholders in the old country 5,000 miles away,” Seton-Karr and a party of friends would be on a month-long hunt in the Medicine Bow range.

    Bird Cloud

  • While Chico and the cowhands gathered the three- and four-year-olds “destined to provide dividends for shareholders in the old country 5,000 miles away,” Seton-Karr and a party of friends would be on a month-long hunt in the Medicine Bow range.

    Bird Cloud

  • Joshua Kurlantzick narrates photos of the saloons, steak houses, and cowhands of northeast Thailand.

    Thai Noon

  • Once, the sport offered talented cowhands a way of bettering themselves, as evidenced by Mr. Welch, the champion cutter.

    Rodeo Drive: Rich Urban Cowboys on Fine Horses Best Ranch Hands

  • And that growth isn't coming from lowly cowhands, according to a recent NCHA survey: The average member boasts a seven-figure net worth and annual income of $177,000, while 56% are top executives.

    Rodeo Drive: Rich Urban Cowboys on Fine Horses Best Ranch Hands

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