sheepherder

[sheep-hur-der]
noun
shepherd ( def 1 ).

Origin:
1870–75, Americanism; sheep + herder

sheepherding, noun, adjective
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Example sentences
For the sheepherder, this lifestyle was extremely taxing and lonely.
However the sheepherder needed to check with his partner before making a decision.
Their first thought was that an old sheepherder had erected the marker.
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