verb (used with object), cor·ralled, cor·ral·ling.
- to seize; capture.
- to collect, gather, or garner: to corral votes.
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Origin of corral
Example sentences from the Web for corral
But the Chinese have shown little interest, of late, in corralling its own hackers—let alone those from another country.
"Corralling this fire, of course," Bob panted, dashing at a marauding little flame.The Rules of the Game|Stewart Edward White
The whole movement of corralling us was done so quietly and quickly that it was accomplished before we knew it.The Adventures of Buffalo Bill|Col. William F. Cody
After corralling a school of sand minnows, they closed them in.Green Eyes|Roy J. Snell
Well, the sheds had to be cleared out, and a system of corralling adopted which was only called for during times like these.Our Home in the Silver West|Gordon Stables
The chaos about the trains was straightening out, and the men were corralling the wagons, and unharnessing the mules and horses.The Road Builders|Samuel Merwin