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country-and-western

[kuhn-tree-uh n-wes-tern] /ˈkʌn tri ənˈwɛs tərn/
noun
Origin
1955-1960
1955-60
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  • So then he decided to become a country-and-western singing star.
  • White soldiers are moving away from a long-standing preference for country-and-western music.
  • There was music and singing from an open tent, country-and-western pieces.
  • There is a parade and western dancing with a live country-and-western band.
  • She is a character in a country-and-western ballad come to life.

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