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  • n. Plural form of pardner.

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Examples

  • "Sometime I'll lose my temper -- and that's the kind of pardners me and Justus Morrow was."

    Pardners

  • The hurried progress of men in search of "pardners" became a race, boots clumped noisily against the floor, the cowboys swooped down upon the line of women folks, often enough there was no spoken invitation to the waltz as a strong arm ran about a lithe waist, the fiddle scraped, the guitar thrummed into the tune, and with the first note they were dancing.

    Six Feet Four

  • The old feeling of camaraderie which had sprung up between them at times was gone now; they could no longer be "pardners" as they had been that night in the old cabin.

    Judith of Blue Lake Ranch

  • At five o'clock on a magnificent May morning the "pardners" jogged out of Keeler, driving the burro before them.

    McTeague

  • After breakfast the "pardners" separated, going in opposite directions along the slope of the range, examining rocks, picking and chipping at ledges and bowlders, looking for signs, prospecting.

    McTeague

  • They were originally five in all -- three "pardners," a wagoner, and a cook.

    To The Front A Sequel to Cadet Days

  • He became incoherently eloquent, spoke of the ease and rapidity with which the thing could be resold to a syndicate at an enormous profit, should his "pardners" and he not care to develop it themselves.

    Lady Merton, Colonist

  • Our private soldiers wore the rubber poncho-blankets above their overcoats in wet weather, and two "pardners" would make a shelter tent of the pair of waterproofs which had metal eyelets to adapt them to this use.

    Military Reminiscences of the Civil War, Volume 2 November 1863-June 1865

  • "pardners" separated, going in opposite directions along the slope of the range, examining rocks, picking and chipping at ledges and bowlders, looking for signs, prospecting.

    McTeague

  • "pardners" jogged out of Keeler, driving the burro before them.

    McTeague

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