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bronc

[ brongk ]

noun

  1. bronco:

    to bust a bronc.



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Word History and Origins

Origin of bronc1

First recorded in 1890–95; by shortening

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Example Sentences

"One of you boys saddle my bronc," suddenly requested Alfred, and began to examine his firearms by the light of the saloon lamp.

Won't you light off'n yore bronc and stay to supper, Miss Rutherford?

Say, I seen him ride Cyclone once and get first money for ridin' the worst buckin' bronc' at the rodeo, over to Tucson.

The Adjutant's letter was left in the tent, Bronc picketed, and the boys drew lots for the oars.

"That's an ornery--looking bronc," went on Belllounds, and he reached with careless hand for the mustang.

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