In a 2006 weekly television address, Chávez called Bush a “donkey” after the White House called Chávez a “demagogue.”
It featured a two-headed donkey, one donkey head decorated with a U.S. flag and the other with a Mexican flag.
For the donkeys who have long felt that donkey Ball should not be real, 2014 earns an A-.
The notoriously jammed streets of Kabul were eerily empty of donkey carts and Land Cruisers.
He could stuff it inside the carcass of a cow, a donkey, even a person.
But I will not go back to my wife just yet, as, if I only go on at this rate, I shall soon have enough money to buy a donkey.'
There's no virtue in riding behind a donkey if you can own a carriage.
The father must pay, but his son's character is lost as well as the donkey.
What's more, Johnny, he doesn't even ride, couldn't sit on the back of a donkey.
I feel all the time as a donkey who has got into a flower-bed ought to feel,—that I am a very mischievous animal.
1785, originally slang, perhaps a diminutive from dun "dull gray-brown," the form perhaps influenced by monkey. Or possibly from a familiar form of Duncan (cf. dobbin). The older English word was ass (n.1).