Definition of Cowhands

1. Noun. (plural of cowhand) ¹



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Definition of Cowhands

1. cowhand [n] - See also: cowhand

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cowhands

cowfishes
cowflap
cowflaps
cowflesh
cowflop
cowflops
cowgirl
cowgirled
cowgirling
cowgirls
cowhage
cowhages
cowhand
cowhands (current term)
cowheard
cowheards
cowhearted
cowheel
cowheels
cowherb
cowherbs
cowherd
cowherds
cowhide
cowhided
cowhides
cowhiding
cowhidings

Literary usage of Cowhands

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1. Let 'er Buck, a Story of the Passing of the Old West by Charles Wellington Furlong (1921)
"... meet all those old cowhands, the cowhands that I used to know When I rode the Western ranges, over forty years ago. When the crowd gets through ..."

2. Diagnostic et séméologie des maladies tropicales by Hermann Toenjes, Andy Adams, R. Wurtz, A. Thiroux, Herbert Myrick (1905)
"As good cowhands as ever I saw were nigs, but they need a white man to blow and brag on them. But it always ruins one to give him any authority. ..."

3. Through the Brazilian Wilderness by Theodore Roosevelt (1914)
"These were all brought in by the cowhands and by friendly Indians, a price being put on each, as they destroyed the stock. ..."

4. The Works of Theodore Roosevelt by Theodore Roosevelt (1906)
"Several other ranchmen were along, including John Abernethy, of Tesca, Oklahoma, a professional wolf hunter. There were also a number of cowhands of both ..."

5. The rural life of England by William Howitt (1838)
"These sheaths and cowhands are often presents from their lovers to the young women. Upon the band there is a hook, upon which the long end ..."

6. Trades' Societies and Strikes by Committee on Trades' Societies (1860)
"Generally, it may be said that there are three kinds of chain made, viz., half-inch chain; chain smaller than half an inch, various kinds, called cowhands, ..."

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