Definition of Cowboyed

1. Verb. (past of cowboy) ¹



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Definition of Cowboyed

1. cowboy [v] - See also: cowboy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cowboyed

cowbells
cowberries
cowberry
cowbind
cowbinds
cowbird
cowbirds
cowboy
cowboy boot
cowboy boots
cowboy caviar
cowboy hat
cowboy hats
cowboy shot
cowboy shots
cowboyed (current term)
cowboying
cowboyish
cowboylike
cowboys
cowboys and Indians
cowcatcher
cowcatchers
cowcumber
cowcumbers
cowden syndrome
cowdriosis
cowed
cowedly

Literary usage of Cowboyed

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1. How We Made Rhodesia by Arthur Glyn Leonard (1896)
"Edgehill, another strapping specimen, about the same height as Giles, who has cowboyed it—excuse the short cut—in America, seems to be a very useful member ..."

2. Let 'er Buck, a Story of the Passing of the Old West by Charles Wellington Furlong (1921)
"He cowboyed it, ranched it, then his inherent highland humor and love of music saw him in vaudeville, where through his original compositions and inimitable ..."

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