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Synonyms for cowman

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

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It enjoyed a fine financial success but the "Big Four", as the four pioneer cowmen sponsors had been named, never accepted one cent of profits accruing to them under the terms of their contract.
Why would Texas cowmen and Michigan teachers hit it off?
The cowmen of old did the come-along-little-doggie routine and when they a got to town were probably smart to drink some of the trail dust down, get a bath with soap and maybe visit the painted ladies.
However, in the late 80s, the Taylors were forced to lay off one of their two cowmen - Bill, a man in his 60s who had worked at the farm since his schooldays.
Prior to the June 2 Tony Awards, Cameron Mackintosh was sounding remarkably sanguine about the revival of a musical horse race--if that phrase can be applied to shows that feature a cow ("Into the Woods") and cavorting cowmen ("Oklahoma
That is to say nothing of the actual job itself because, as many members tell me, it is extremely difficult to get cowmen these days.
Originally the Chuck Wagon Trailers were a social order, they were cowmen of the 19th century, and had worked on the range before 1901.
Raised on the Florida frontier, Hart absorbed his father's belief in law and justice along with the democratic spirit of the "cracker" cowmen.