Definition of Locoed

1. loco [v] - See also: loco



Locoed Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Locoed

locksmithy
lockstep
locksteps
lockstitch
lockstitched
lockstitches
lockstitching
lockt
lockup
lockups
locky
loco
loco citato
loco disease
locobase
locoed (current term)
locoes
locofoco
locofocos
locoing
locoism
locoisms
locoman
locomen
locomote
locomoted
locomotes
locomoting
locomotion
locomotions

Literary usage of Locoed

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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 ..."

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