Definition of Mustangs

1. Noun. (plural of mustang) ¹



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Definition of Mustangs

1. mustang [n] - See also: mustang

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mustangs

mustache rides
mustached
mustacheless
mustachelike
mustaches
mustachio
mustachio'd
mustachioed
mustachios
mustachoed
mustaiba
mustang
mustang mint
mustanging
mustangs (current term)
mustard
mustard agent
mustard chlorohydrin
mustard compounds
mustard family
mustard gas
mustard gases
mustard greens
mustard oil
mustard plaster
mustard sauce
mustard seed
mustard tree
mustardless

Literary usage of Mustangs

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1. Personal Narrative of Explorations and Incidents in Texas, New Mexico by John Russell Bartlett (1854)
"... Colorado—Wells at Santa Teresa— Ravages of the Comanches—Night alarm from mustangs—Abundance of deer and antelope—Los Olmos—Immense drove of mustangs— ..."

2. At Home in the Wilderness: Being Full Instructions how to Get Along, and to by John Keast Lord (1867)
"mustangs, as wild horses are usually styled (and broken ones as well, ... During this period mustangs have increased to an extraordinary extent, ..."

3. Sporting Adventures in the Far West by John Mortimer Murphy (1879)
"... them—Suggestions to novices—American horses versus mustangs—Running fifty miles a day for ten days—Opinion of old hunters—Faults of mustangs in running ..."

4. The Comic History of the United States: From a Period Prior to the Discovery by John D. Sherwood (1870)
"... Monterey, and Buena Vista. — How his Partner, the Army, was taken away. — General Scott among the mustangs at Vera Cruz, Natural Bridge, ..."

5. Personal Narrative of Explorations and Incidents in Texas, New Mexico by John Russell Bartlett (1854)
"... Colorado—Wells at Santa Teresa— Ravages of the Comanches—Night alarm from mustangs—Abundance of deer and antelope—Los Olmos—Immense drove of mustangs— ..."

6. At Home in the Wilderness: Being Full Instructions how to Get Along, and to by John Keast Lord (1867)
"mustangs, as wild horses are usually styled (and broken ones as well, ... During this period mustangs have increased to an extraordinary extent, ..."

7. Sporting Adventures in the Far West by John Mortimer Murphy (1879)
"... them—Suggestions to novices—American horses versus mustangs—Running fifty miles a day for ten days—Opinion of old hunters—Faults of mustangs in running ..."

8. The Comic History of the United States: From a Period Prior to the Discovery by John D. Sherwood (1870)
"... Monterey, and Buena Vista. — How his Partner, the Army, was taken away. — General Scott among the mustangs at Vera Cruz, Natural Bridge, ..."

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