Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of ranchhand.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But my top ranchhands and some former residents of Double I-Ranch I consulted about the coming attack told me it would be a "cakewalk," would be over real quicklike, and that all the abused workers on the ranch would be so happy to be freed from their tyrannical boss, they'd be grateful to us forever.

    A Western Fable: Waist-Deep in the Big Muddy (Again)

  • I last told you about the first day with Alan on the plane, the ranchhands, the gas station and the "Bull Pen."

    EROTICA: My Slut Wife Out West

  • Somebody had to pull guard, and the ranchhands were more useful elsewhere.

    Lucifer's Hammer

  • I had seen a photograph taken in the 1880s showing Henry Seton-Karr’s ranchhands.28 One of them, a boy in his teens sitting on the ground, was identified as Johnson.

    Bird Cloud

  • I had seen a photograph taken in the 1880s showing Henry Seton-Karr’s ranchhands.28 One of them, a boy in his teens sitting on the ground, was identified as Johnson.

    Bird Cloud

  • I had seen a photograph taken in the 1880s showing Henry Seton-Karr’s ranchhands.28 One of them, a boy in his teens sitting on the ground, was identified as Johnson.

    Bird Cloud

  • I had seen a photograph taken in the 1880s showing Henry Seton-Karr’s ranchhands.28 One of them, a boy in his teens sitting on the ground, was identified as Johnson.

    Bird Cloud

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