Examples of bronco in a Sentence
a rodeo featuring bucking broncos
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Niggling grievances mount, like a seed stuck in your tooth or the burr in the saddle that sets off the bronco.
Nobody dusts himself off and gets back on the bronco like this guy.
Riders pile into one truck, for instance, driving 12 hours to hit an event in Wichita, and in the eight seconds allotted for each official ride on a bronco that's trying to kill them a rider might earn only $72, or nothing at all.
Sure, youth can be intoxicating, but so is a guy who's been to a few rodeos and knows how to handle a bucking bronco.
More recently, Brady’s skull was fractured by a bronco in the ring, leaving him with a frightening scar on the side of his head and neurological damage that causes seizures in his right hand.
This includes an of-the-moment approach to food, with new ethnic and farm-to-table spots cropping up alongside Jackson’s classic steakhouses and watering holes (the iconic Million Dollar Cowboy Bar’s bronco rider is the town’s unofficial logo).
Last September, officers chased an actual white bronco through area streets.
On a Friday the 13th in 1946, after riding a bucking bronco in the Roy Rogers Rodeo, Jane Anne Greeley collapsed and died.
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Definition of bronco for English Language Learners
: a wild horse of western North America
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