Thus it attracted a wave of cowboy operators to fly passengers and cargo between cities.
“As soon as cowboy and astronaut were out of the picture, I knew I wanted to write,” he says.
The hero Jack “cowboy” Kelly (played by Bale in the film) is a rascal and orphan, and a dreamer.
My brother had Dallas cowboys cheerleader playing cards, so he became a cowboy fan, and then I became a cowboy fan.
Kids in cowboy boots and hats danced with girls in cotton dresses, a scene from years past.
He found himself holding his breath in order to be sure that the clamor of a coyote was not a cowboy signal of attack.
I was a cow hand—a cowboy—and we did not hold friendship with sheepmen.
When the cowboy opened the corral gate, Beauty, the cow, rushed into the corral and sniffed the ground suspiciously.
I was worried; not for myself, you understand, but for that cowboy shover.
She even liked pictures in which the hero kissed a girl, and Jerry could hardly bear to see a cowboy kiss a horse.
1725, "boy who tends to cows," from cow (n.) + boy. Sense in Western U.S. is from 1849; in figurative use by 1942 for "brash and reckless young man" (as an adjective meaning "reckless," from 1920s). Cowhand is first attested 1852 in American English (see hand (n.)). Cowpoke (said to be 1881, not in popular use until 1940s) was said to be originally restricted to the cowboys who prodded cattle onto railroad cars with long poles.
To murder recklessly and openly: even if we had to cowboy them (which) means that we were to kill them any place we found them even if it was in the middle of Broadway (1920s+ Underworld)