cowpuncher cowpuncher


  • (n) a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback


  1. First he became a waiter, then a cowpuncher, then a successful businessman.
  2. When he engaged some weeks ago to perform in a rodeo at the Philadelphia Sesquicentennial, Alfredo Cuellar, trim-waisted Mexican cowpuncher, looked forward to a rather dismal time.
  3. Gilbert Wright, now a writer, used to be a cowpuncher, a lifeguard, a utility technician, a tutor.


  • One spot showed Shoulders and Martin sidling up to a bar, wearing cowboy hats, with Shoulders saying, "I'll teach Billy to be a cowpuncher as long as he don't practice on my cows."
    on Jun 21, 2007 By: Jim Shoulders Source: New York Times

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