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Synonyms for cowboy

Synonyms for cowboy

a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback

a performer who gives exhibitions of riding and roping and bulldogging

someone who is reckless or irresponsible (especially in driving vehicles)

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We are extremely excited to kick off the 2nd annual Original Cowboy Charcoal Sweepstakes," said Cowboy Brand Manager, Katy Sanders.
Starting on Monday, July 22, readers can enter the #KissACowboy contest by posting a picture of themselves kissing, or being kissed by a cowboy to the American Cowboy Facebook, Twitter (https://twitter.
The actual canon of authentic cowboy songs is much smaller than the amount of folk songs from the eastern south, but an image is an image and the singing cowboy is here to stay.
If Hickok was the legendary figure who, along with the Earps and Clantons, fixed the showdown at noon in the American mind, other men fixed the cowboy as a mythic figure.
Kaycee is the perfect picture of a small Western cowboy town.
Membership in the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS), the governing body of most cowboy action shooting, is fast approaching 50,000.
Ninety-nine percent of all cowboy poetry has a meter and a rhyme to it.
The Missouri Cowboys Poets Association recently delivered 170 copies of their poetry books to the Missouri State Library, with members dressed up in cowboy clothing.
In addition to the New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs, this new pocket-sized special Bible edition features cowboy poems, prayers, and photos, as well as eight personal testimonies from Christian cowboys.
Cowboy shooters have to load their guns and fire at metal targets while sitting on a rocking mechanical pony, the kind that used to be in front of supermarkets in the '70s.
The new finds come from a site called Cowboy Wash in southwestern Colorado.
A cowboy used his hat, or "Stetson," for many things.
Blake Allmendinger's The Cowboy has three goals: first, to study heretofore neglected cowboy art; second, to show how that art depicts and comments upon cowboy labor routines; and third, "to show that artistic self-representations o labor also formulate systems of thought in which cowboys use work as a metaphor for discussing economics, gender, religion, and literature" (3).
New Dallas-based Company Provides the 'Ultimate Dallas Cowboys Fan Experience' for Home and Away Cowboy Games
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