Definition of Locoed
1. loco [v] - See also: loco
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Locoed
Literary usage of Locoed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Western Grazing Grounds and Forest Ranges: A History of the Live-stock by Will Croft Barnes (1913)
"locoed horses often cannot be led through a gate, but must be turned round and A Typical locoed Animal, forced through backwards. ..."
2. Campfires on Desert and Lava by William Temple Hornaday (1908)
"... of Pinacate—A Much-perforated Plain—-The First Volcano Crater—A Circus with Prong-Horned Antelopes—My locoed Coyote—The Malpais Plain—A Bridge to Cross ..."
3. Barium, a cause of the loco-weed disease by Albert Cornelius Crawford (1908)
""\r»rk The condition known as " locoed " is popularly believed to be due to ... In Mexico the term " locoed " embraces a condition due to the action of ..."
4. Sun and Saddle Leather: Including Grass Grown Trails and New Poems by Badger Clark (1922)
"... THE locoed HORSE As I was ridin' all alone And winkin' in the noontime glare, I seen a hawse all hide and bone Walk 'round a willow dead and bare— Walk ..."