Definition of Roughriders

1. Noun. (plural of roughrider) ¹



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Definition of Roughriders

1. roughrider [n] - See also: roughrider

Lexicographical Neighbors of Roughriders

roughing
roughing up
roughings
roughish
roughishly
roughleg
roughlegs
roughly
roughneck
roughnecked
roughnecking
roughnecks
roughness
roughnesses
roughrider
roughriders (current term)
roughs
roughs up
roughscuff
roughsetter
roughsetters
roughshod
roughspun
roughstrings
rought
roughtail
roughtail stingray
roughtails
roughwork
roughworked

Literary usage of Roughriders

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Cassell's History of the Boer War, 1899-1902 by Richard Danes (1903)
"There were two corps formed in London—the Sharpshooters and the roughriders. These, though they had headquarters in the Empire's metropolis, drew recruits ..."

2. Records of the Rough Riders (XXth Battalion Imperial Yeomanry.): Boer War by H. G. McKenzie Rew (1907)
"... of the original Imperial Yeomanry, augmented by the new men, so that the strength of each was nearly 150: 78th (roughriders), 76th (roughriders), ..."

3. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1908)
"Rothschild, Alonzo. Lincoln, master of men- Anniversary ed. por. er. 8°. **$i-5O net- Houghton M roughriders of the pampas. Brereton, F. S $1.25. ..."

4. The Cumulative Book Index by H.W. Wilson Company (1909)
"Bronson. EB Reminiscences of a ranchman. t$1.50. '08. McClure. See also Cowboys; Farm life; Went. Fiction. Brereton, F: S. roughriders of the pampas. «.25. ..."

5. The Canadian Dominion: A Chronicle of Our Northern Neighbor by Oscar Douglas Skelton (1919)
"... Pacific syndicate, by a deed recalling feudal days, provided the funds to send overseas the Strathcona Horse, roughriders from the Canadian West. ..."

6. The Canadian Dominion: A Chronicle of Our Northern Neighbor by Oscar Douglas Skelton (1921)
"... Pacific syndicate, by a deed recalling feudal days, provided the funds to send overseas the Strathcona Horse, roughriders from the Canadian West. ..."

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