Definition of bronco
Examples of bronco in a Sentence
a rodeo featuring bucking broncos
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Cheer on bull and bronco riders, barrel racers and more at this rodeo June 29-July 1.
Few people can comfortably ride out the inevitable financial bronco ride.
So classy for 5x All-Pro @VonMiller to thank 200+ Broncos employees for their hard work.
Reid was with the Green Bay Packers when his friend and mentor Mike Holmgren tamed the wild bronco that was Brett Favre.
Take note, Barry and Hill—and any other Democrats with designs on running this bucking bronco of a country.
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Origin and Etymology of bronco
Mexican Spanish, from Spanish, literally, rough, wild
First Known Use: 1850See Words from the same year
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Definition of bronco for English Language Learners
: a wild horse of western North America
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