from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One whose business is to lasso or catch mustangs.


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  • Just as they were about to top the ridge behind the mustanger camp, the Pima held up a warning hand.

    Rebel Spurs

  • He sent us to the mustanger camp with a message, and the Pima rode scout for us.

    Rebel Spurs

  • The mustanger achieved a half smile, stretching the skin of his gaunt young face.

    Rebel Spurs

  • The mustanger walked forward with a lurch, his head thrown far back so he could look up at Drew from under the wide brim of his sombrero.

    Rebel Spurs

  • The young mustanger went to look down at the Pinto.

    Rebel Spurs

  • Me, I was trailin ''long with this Mex mustanger to learn some of his tricks.

    Ride Proud, Rebel!

  • Pa made a deal with a Mex mustanger; he got some prime stuff he caught in the

    Ride Proud, Rebel!

  • There is not a real mustanger among these men, nor one who is not a robber; scarce one who could lay his hand upon his heart, and say he has not, some time or other in his life, committed murder!

    The Death Shot A Story Retold

  • I had an old mustanger tell me one time that some stallions will kill the colts rather than have ’em hold back the whole herd.

    The Rogue

  • Iffen a mustanger can rope him one an’ bring it in ... well, if it’s a good one, maybe so he’ll git a reward from th’ man what’s lost him.

    Rebel Spurs


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