Durango in a sentence

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Definition of Durango

  • a city in north central Mexico; mining center

How to use durango in a sentence. Durango pronunciation.

They came from Durango, where they were bred.
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Belding had bred a hundred or more horses from the original stock he had brought up from Durango.
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No mercenary consideration, however, could have made him part with the great, rangy white horses he had gotten from the Durango breeder.
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Belding had been laughed at by ranchers for preserving the sentimental Durango names, and he had been unmercifully ridiculed by cowboys.
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When I was down in Durango I saw something of these peons' insane passions.
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They are mustering all their strength, with the intention of making a grand foray; even, as we have heard, to the gates of Durango.
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I would appeal to the citizens of El Paso, of Chihuahua, of Durango. "Ge-hosaphat!
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Why, if some of the cowboys I knew in Durango would ride over here there'd simply be hell.
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Then he got run out of Durango a few weeks ago for murder.
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Then followed trips to Durango and Bluff and Monticello.
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Shefford accompanied an Indian teamster in to Durango with a wagon and four wild mustangs.
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In the absence of an available Indian he rode to Durango and back in record time.
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They were riders, cowboys, horse-wranglers, and some of them Shefford had seen in Durango.
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There's a tough outfit from Durango.
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There were indications that Stonebridge might experience some of the excitement and perhaps violence common to towns like Monticello and Durango.
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The nearest sheriff is in Durango.
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It could not be Withers, for the trader was in Durango at that time.
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By Stonebridge, by Kayenta and Durango, and by Red Lake.
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To try to take the three out by way of Kayenta and Durango was not to be thought of, for reasons he briefly stated.
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There's a big flatboat at the Durango crossing.
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Examples of Durango

Example #1
Mexican horses are the finest in the world, bar none.
Example #2
In his admiration Gale searched his memory to see if he could remember the like of these magnificent animals, and had to admit that the only ones he could compare with them were the Arabian steeds.
Example #3
His particular interest was in the almost unblemished whites, and these he had given especial care.
Example #4
Even without the horses the field would have presented a striking contrast to the surrounding hot, glaring blaze of rock and sand.
Example #5
He called them Blanco Diablo (White Devil), Blanco Sol (White Sun), Blanca Reina (White Queen), Blanca Mujer (White Woman), and El Gran Toro Blanco (The Big White Bull).
Example #6
He made a good deal of money selling this strain to friends among the ranchers back in Texas.