noun, plural re·mu·das [ruh-moo-duhz; Spanish re-moo-thahs]. /rəˈmu dəz; Spanish rɛˈmu ðɑs/. Chiefly Southwestern U.S.
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Origin of remuda
Words nearby remuda
Example sentences from the Web for remuda
"If it's convenient, let's keep an eye on those boys the next few years," said the trail boss, catching sight of his remuda.Wells Brothers|Andy Adams
An' they had three wagons, an' a remuda with about a hundred head in it!The Trail Horde|Charles Alden Seltzer
Flatbush turned and hurried to the remuda, caught and saddled his horse, and rode out of camp.Ted Strong's Motor Car|Edward C. Taylor
The finest looking horse in the remuda, by all odds, was old Wa-ha-lote, the Water-dog.
Consequently the nearby grass is fed down to the roots, and the remuda had to be held up on the high mesa.