Examples of donkey in a Sentence
we put our bags on the donkey and headed down the canyon
called him a donkey when he refused to go along with their plans
Recent Examples of donkey from the Web
Locals provided the troops with donkeys, which carried water to forward positions.
Two young donkeys have taken up residence at the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens in Sanford.
Donkey Sanctuary Aruba says there are about 200 donkeys on the island today.
Some 4700 years ago, a caravan of Egyptian herders and their donkeys followed a trade route through the foothills of central Israel, destined for the ancient city-state of Tell es-Safi/Gath.
Put your dog on a leash if there are donkeys around.
So this election obviously holds great promise for Democrats to make gains, particularly if an anti-Trump turnout surge winds up lifting all donkeys.
Valley Center’s Stampede Rodeo & Festival celebrates its patriotism and Western heritage with cowgirls and cowboys competing in races with broncs, bulls, mutton busting, junior barrel racing, a wild donkey race and a calf scramble.
Their numbers dwindled and are reported to have reached a low of 20-some donkeys in the 1970s.
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DONKEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of donkey for English Language Learners
: an animal that is like a small horse with large ears
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