Magraw, a Gaelic term of endearment, often heard on the baseball fields of donnybrook.
Their chief delight is to get into a regular donnybrook fight.
Do you mind that shtick—big enough to sarve as a respictable shillalah at donnybrook Fair?
Where has the pugilistic hilarity of the Irish scope as at donnybrook Fair?
The spirit of donnybrook Fair is there today as much as ever, and wherever you see a head, hit it, would be home rule.
Well, this is going to beat any donnybrook Fair you lads ever saw.
Very funny that affair—the mixture of Cheyenne and donnybrook is a strange noise.
After that we took a house at donnybrook, the well-known suburb of Dublin.
donnybrook, a village now included in Dublin, long celebrated for its fairs and the fights it was the scene of on such occasions.
I suppose he'd want a rather big house on the south side—Rathfarnham or Terenure way, or, maybe, donnybrook.
1852, from Donnybrook Fair, proverbial for carousing and brawling, held in County Dublin until 1855.
A riotous scene, esp a general and energetic brawl; brannigan: A donnybrook began when police arrested the operators
[1852+; fr the reputation of a fair held annually at the Dublin suburb of Donnybrook]