Cowboy

(redirected from Cowboys)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Idioms, Encyclopedia.

Cowboy

A slang term for an employee who is hard to manage either because he/she does not work well with others, has a difficult personality, or for some other reason.
References in periodicals archive ?
The most important players on the Cowboys' roster are expected to get lucrative extensions soon.
Mark Lause, The Great Cowboy Strike: Bullets, Ballots, and Class Conflicts in the American West (London and New York: Verso 2017)
For 24 years, Cowboy Grill has stood the test of time and witnessed a lot of important events in our lives.
Originally published in 1973 as part of the University of Illinois Music in America series and out of print for many years since, the second edition of Glenn Ohrlin's compilation of cowboy songs, poems, and anecdotes is a welcome addition to scholarship in American music.
A film version followed in 2001: Cowboy Bebop: The Movie capped-off the 26-episode show and received generally positive reviews.
The model is finished in the same exterior silver colour as the Cowboys' helmets, with blue-white-blue striping on the rocker panels, star logos including the centre caps on the 20-inch chrome wheels and an interior with Cowboys edition logos on the front and rear floor mats.
The last meeting between the pair finished in a 34-18 Cowboys win but it could have been a lot Tie 16 20 20 16 worse for the Sea Eagles had North Queensland not eased up in the later stages of that round nine clash.
Cowboy Faith Shields are available for purchase on-line at http://www.iridewithjesus.com as well as at Western specialty shops.
The Cowboys haven't spent big since they signed cornerback Brandon Carr to a five-year, $50.1 million contract in 2012.
Known under the moniker of its founder, Cowboy (Heinz) Buttner, Cowboy's Trading & Rental Solutions are more typically involved in supplying camping and logistics for large crews.