Origin of lasso
OTHER WORDS FROM lassolas·so·er, nounun·las·soed, adjective
Other definitions for lasso (2 of 2)
How to use lasso in a sentence
The snake wasn’t truly making itself into a lasso, since there was nothing pulling on the end of its body, Jayne acknowledges.
Studying lasso locomotion, he says, could perhaps improve future versions of these robots.
Botched oaths, a lassoing cowboy, $4 inaugural-ball tickets, and more iconic inaugural moments.
It turned out that the cowboys had been arrested for lassoing a Norwegian homesteader who had cut their wire.The Nerve of Foley|Frank H. Spearman
O my friend, I assure you there are many famous sports with not half the fun in them that there is in lassoing an iceberg!Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska|Charles Warren Stoddard
This steeple-lassoing exploit was one of the things I certainly would not attempt—would not and could not.Careers of Danger and Daring|Cleveland Moffett
By the time she was fourteen, Jacqueline Ralston, who was her father's shadow, knew the trick of lassoing.The Ranch Girls at Rainbow Lodge|Margaret Vandercook
Then he began lassoing fence posts, tree stumps, and even occasionally his sister Jean.Ticktock and Jim|Keith Robertson