from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An owner of cattle or a cattle ranch.
- n. See cowboy.
- n. A cowherd.
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- n. cattle rancher
- n. cattleman
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- n. a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback
Let us call the cowman the professional Player-versus-Player PvPer.
And before any townie asks-the cows were mooing loudly coz the cowman was also watching the Cup final and was late for milking so the cows dangly bits were overfull on September 12, 2008 at 12: 14 pm | Reply MOP452 to Retired Sgt @ 23
The experience of the cowman was another illustration of how much depends in this world on what is called chance.
Cowboys did the dangerous horseback work that the "cowman" or owner needed done.
I'm a cowman and a prospector, but I'm sure tender-footed on water, an 'they don't know punkins.
Traffic had to stop and wait while the cowman, wobbling on his bike with a stick in hand, would have to round up the odd cow that tried to make a run for it.
With each shelf being the outline of a US state, is actually a work of art with the incredibly long and slightly confusing title of “Oh, the farmer and the cowman should be friends”.
The cowman name, or the obesity followed by a nickname earned at Fat Camp?
The one who talks of the path but never walks it is like a cowman counting cattle of others but who has none of his own.
I talk with the cowman about the little calves and when they should be weaned from their mothers.