noun, plural ro·de·os.
verb (used without object), ro·de·oed, ro·de·o·ing.
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Origin of rodeo
OTHER WORDS FROM rodeoro·de·o·er, noun
Words nearby rodeo
Example sentences from the Web for rodeo
Now Abbott has thrust Texans back into the reopen rodeo show, and so here we go again.Living in Texas right now feels like an exercise in survival|Karen Attiah|March 5, 2021|Washington Post
It’s subtle on many skis, but rocker is that three-dimensional shaping reminiscent of the upturned nose of a surfboard or the hull of a rodeo kayak.
Local regulations in Omaha allow for 75 percent capacity at CHI Health Center, which is usually home to the Creighton University basketball teams but also hosts concerts, rodeos and professional wrestling events.USA Swimming shrinks Olympic trials as safety precaution|Rick Maese|January 26, 2021|Washington Post
Known for its old-style rodeos, it’s drenched in cowboy-themed restaurants, shops and hotels.In Big Sky country, a pandemic-era fly-fishing getaway|Carl Fincke|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
When Brooks went into his second song, an old hit called “Rodeo,” the cheers grew so loud it was hard to hear him sing.I'm Not Country or Pop. I'm Just Pure Garth Brooks.|David Masciotra|September 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Gossip Girl actress has followed Gwyneth Paltrow to the blogging ‘n’ selling online rodeo.
In the movie, Matthew McConaughey plays a rodeo cowboy diagnosed with AIDS.
This was the rodeo equivalent of pulling the sword out of the stone.
He resisted the lures of the buckle bunnies who linger late in a rodeo arena, looking to sidle up against the winners.
Ten years from now, thar won't be a cow hand ner a gun outside a dude ranch er a rodeo.David Lannarck, Midget|George S. Harney
Anza refers to only one, in addition to the one on Rodeo Creek, viz., the large village at Tormey.
We may tentatively draw their boundary between Rodeo and Crockett.
Life during the rodeo was a combined circus and school-day vacation when off duty with the herd.
We was workin' the rodeo back of Dos Cabezas when we come across a seven-year ol' black horse that was an outlaw.