Hundreds of trekkers were on the popular Annapurna Circuit in the mustang area of Nepal when disaster struck last week.
You can put mag wheels on a Gremlin,” commented one long time Michigan observer, “but that doesn't make it a mustang.
He had the distinction of becoming a “mustang,” a Marine enlisted man elevated to officer.
“I drive a mustang and a Chevy pickup truck,” the candidate said.
Mmmhops is a tasty pale ale created in partnership with mustang Brewing.
Yang was mounted on a mustang, while the doctor and Jack trudged through the dust.
Nagger snorted his perception of water, and the mustang whistled.
All through the chores Jim and his father maintained strict silence about the mustang.
Seizing his bridle, he pulled his mustang round and galloped away.
One thing favored us and that is one of the peculiarities of the mustang, he will not leave his range unless driven from it.
"small, half-wild horse of the American prairie," 1808, from Mexican Spanish mestengo "animal that strays" (16c.), from Spanish mestengo "wild, stray, ownerless," literally "belonging to the mesta," an association of cattle ranchers who divided stray or unclaimed animals that got "mixed" with the herds, from Latin mixta "mixed," fem. past participle of miscere "to mix" (see mix (v.)).
Said to be influenced by the Spanish word mostrenco "straying, wild," which is probably from mostrar, from Latin monstrare "to show."
A commissioned officer who has been promoted from the enlisted ranks: A mustang who had worked his way up from the ranks in 13 years
[1847+ Armed forces; fr mustang, ''wild, sturdy horse of the Western US,'' fr Mexican Spanish mestengo, ''stray animal'']