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Use "mustangs" in a sentence
"To gratify their appetites, however, instead of giving chase to the number of wild horses -- here called mustangs -- that are scattered over the extensive prairies in the neighbourhood of the lakes, they adopt a much lazier method of supplying their larder."
"A short distance to the right were some open sheds serving as stables, in which were several stout horses, generally called mustangs in that part of the world."
"Under such a scheme, kill buyers would be able to "adopt" their titled mustangs and immediately sell them to slaughter, turning a handsome profit on a government freebie while American taxpayers pick up the hefty tab for round-ups."