one who has broken the law and their picture is put on a poster is
Outlaw
people who live in a town are called
Townspeople
Some one who robs is a
robber
you go to this place for a hair cut or for a new hir-do
barbershop
long mettal spread across many places that trains move along is called
railroads
transportation in the 1800's thats pulled by horses
Stagecoach
a person who works by growing crops and raises animals is a
farmer
sharp wire with spikes around it is called
barbwire
talkative woman
churchbell
A nickname given to a close friend
CHUCKABOO
A delightful way to refer to your rather boring hands
DADDLES
An excellent word that means getting rowdy in the streets.
MAFFICKING
A street term meaning coward
meater
The mouth
SAUCEBOX
A term meaning "inferior, noisy singers"
WHOOPERUPS