Recent Examples of cowgirl from the Web
A country-western theme prevailed and many of the folks attending showed up wearing their cowboy or cowgirl duds.
National Day of the Cowboy, observed annually on the fourth Saturday in July, celebrates the contributions cowboys and cowgirls made to the country’s culture and heritage.
If the definition of a cowboy is guts and a horse, then the definition of a cowgirl should be guts, a horse and a skirt.
At their third birthday party in August, Erika will dress as a cowgirl and Eva as a princess.
For more than four decades, the western-themed attraction has hired thousands of wannabe-cowboys and cowgirls, both young and old learning decades-old skills, to the excitement of the family that has long owned it.
Attracting some of the world's best cowboys and cowgirls, this top-notch rodeo with down-home charm will rope you right in.
The show centers on Annie Oakley, the legendary sharpshooter who became the featured attraction of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and virtually created the image of the American cowgirl.
Cowboys and cowgirls competed in the annual Father's Day Rodeo at the William Clark Chamberlin Equestrian Center in Anchorage Sunday as part of the Rodeo Alaska 2017 Champions Tour.
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First Known Use of cowgirl
COWGIRL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cowgirl for English Language Learners
: a woman who rides a horse and whose job is to take care of cows or horses especially in the western U.S.
: a girl or woman who performs in a rodeo
COWGIRL Defined for Kids
Definition of cowgirl for Students
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