Verb. To get away with minor theft of a commonly valued item or resource by taking advantage of another person's ignorance.
1) I was fed up with Ryan always using my margorine, so I decided to cowboy the weed that he left busted up on the table after he passed out last night.
2) He never counts how many beers are in the fridge, you should just cowboy one.
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