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Old West

noun

  1. the western region of the U.S., especially in the frontier period of the 19th century.


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For other lazy river options, head to Reston’s Old West-themed Water Mine Family Swimmin’ Hole or the massive SplashDown Waterpark in Manassas.

This land of unbroken spirit is also rife with Old West saloons and ghost towns.

To be sure, there are remnants of an Old West mentality of a rugged, tough-minded, if not slow to change attitude.

“The methamphetamine trade has made Wyoming revert to the lawless anarchy of the Old West,” he remarked pungently.

Even in the romanticized days of the Old West, folks were often required to check their guns with the sheriff.

Westerns are traditionally set in the second half of the 19th century and in the American Old West.

The foundations of the old west wall are behind one of the prebendary's houses to the west of the nave.

A cheery voice rolling out the chorus of an old west-country ditty.

A fitting tribute, I think, to one of the bravest yet most kindly men of the old, old West!

He was an Illinois man, and a good type of the men of the Old West.

Those beasts last night—if they're good food-stuff—will make this a place like the old west, and everybody envies the pioneers!

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