Definition of Remudas

1. Noun. (plural of remuda) ¹



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Definition of Remudas

1. remuda [n] - See also: remuda

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Remudas

removed
removed(p)
removedly
removedness
remover
removers
removes
removeth
removing
remoxipride
rems
remuable
remuage
remuages
remuda
remudas (current term)
remuddle
remuddled
remuddles
remuddling
remueur
remueurs
remunerable
remunerate
remunerated
remunerates
remunerating
remuneration
remunerations
remunerative

Literary usage of Remudas

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1. Diagnostic et séméologie des maladies tropicales by Hermann Toenjes, Andy Adams, R. Wurtz, A. Thiroux, Herbert Myrick (1905)
"He was a showy animal, a dapple gray, fully fifteen hands high, bred in north Texas, and belonged to one of the whole remudas bought in Dodge. ..."

2. Southwestern Historical Quarterly by Eugene Campbell Barker, Herbert Eugene Bolton, Texas State Historical Association, University of Texas at Austin Center for Studies in Texas History (1903)
"... and the herd dissolves itself and again scatters over the range— With Horses a different system prevails— Horse stock is kept in remudas that is saddle ..."

3. El Estranjero: (The Stranger): a Story of Southern California by Russell Judson Waters (1910)
"... and only a few chuck-wagons here and there, surrounded by lounging cowboys and with remudas feeding on the plain, remained when evening fell. ..."

4. Polo by T. B. Drybrough (1898)
"Mares can be bought for 10s., and good horses from the remudas at from 505. to 60s. Stable fed ones that are well broken vary in price from ^5 to £20, ..."

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