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Usage examples for corral

  1. How many of those students do you think you can corral to help us? – The Coffin Cure by Alan Edward Nourse
  2. It's too far to go over to their corral to- night. – Six Little Bunkers at Uncle Fred's by Laura Lee Hope
  3. From the corral came the sound of horses running. – Sundown Slim by Henry Hubert Knibbs
  4. Guess you don't know that we've been watching Wandle for some weeks, ready to corral him, and you start him off like this, without warning. – Prescott of Saskatchewan by Harold Bindloss
  5. After her breakfast she walked down to the corral to talk to Bradley about the saddle horses. – Laramie Holds the Range by Frank H. Spearman
  6. The first person I met was Cless, and he put the pony in his corral and hurried me round to the hotel. – The Young Forester by Zane Grey
  7. This is the hawss corral, ma'am, explained the young man just as Morgan opened his thin lips to tell her. – Wyoming, a Story of the Outdoor West by William MacLeod Raine
  8. I secured a room in a hotel overlooking the corral, and took up a post of observation. – An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill (Colonel W. F. Cody) by Buffalo Bill (William Frederick Cody)
  9. I noticed that they were all very gentle; they lay down in the corral with that placid air which a good cow has; and whenever a milkman came to the beast he wished to milk, she rose at once, without waiting to be spoken to. – Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands by Charles Nordhoff
  10. So it does, Ralph; but you must remember that a wild mustang who had been shut up in a corral for a couple of weeks will feel very much like stretching his legs when he gets out. – For the Liberty of Texas by Edward Stratemeyer
  11. You wait there at the corral. – Steve Yeager by William MacLeod Raine
  12. The two of them got the calves- there were seven of them- out of the sulphur- laden air and into the corral. – Judith of Blue Lake Ranch by Jackson Gregory
  13. The thick walls of the hacienda were the first to melt away before them; the low lines of corral were effaced, and the early breath of the summer trade winds swept uninterruptedly across the now leveled plain to the embarcadero, where a newer structure arose. – On the Frontier by Bret Harte
  14. Up in the Corral a happy crowd of young people were finishing their last " picnic spread" for the year. – A Master's Degree by Margaret Hill McCarter
  15. Now corral the alumni of the place. – Other Main-Travelled Roads by Hamlin Garland
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