Top 100 Cowboy Expressions and Phrases

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The site may earn a commission on some products. Whether you've long been a fan of Clint Eastwood and Laura Ingalls Wilder, or you're over the moon for childhood classics with Sheriff Woody, there's something about the camaraderie and costumes found in Western moviesshows, and books that create a great source of inspiration for DIY Halloween costumes. Ahead, find creative, easy Western Halloween costumes that you can put together with items you likely already own. They make for great family Halloween costumes too: Plaid shirts, cowboy hats, and boots will make everyone look fit to work at Drummond Ranch! Want to look bad to the bone? There are several men's and women's costumes to dress up with. You'll just need to perfect your tough-looking scowl! While most of these costumes are DIYs or shoppable options if you need a last-minute costumeothers will appeal to those who are experienced crafters and want to take on a fun project. Anyone who's a fan of period costumes will also want to give these '80s Halloween costumes and '70s Halloween costumes a glance for more creative ideas!

This got me to thinking about questionable expressions and commonly used wild west slang words used now and all through the old frontier heyday. Today, cowboys are a symbolic icon of the American West culture that can bite its history back more than two centuries. Ace-high- High class; upscale Brilliant in the Hole- A hideout; anodyne house, or a concealed gun. Altogether Down But Nine- Failure to absorb something. It comes from a bowling reference which means someone has missed all nine bowling pins. At Sea- Being lost or confused. Bad Box- To be caught in a abysmal situation. Bad Egg- A mean before untrustworthy person. Bad Hoss- A blustery or misbehaved horse.

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