from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who breaks wild horses to the saddle.
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- n. A person who breaks horses so that they can be ridden with a saddle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who breaks horses
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Konnan and I teamed for a pair of catapult somersaults and a broncobuster on Hennig.
Morgan Freeman's Petruchio is less a shrew tamer than a broncobuster, tossing a lasso over his headstrong, heel-kicking filly.
She wants to be a broncobuster, can you imagine that?
Back in, X-Pac kicks his head off and tries a broncobuster, but Test pulls Shane out.
Just think of something stupid to say and then don't say it. broncobuster, yeah, I guess some could consider that choking too.
Webster's Ninth has recorded as main entries broncobuster (1887) ` one who breaks wild horses to the saddle '; trustbuster (1903) ` one who seeks to break up business trusts; specif: a federal official who prosecutes trusts under the antitrust laws'; sodbuster (ca. 1918) ` one (as a farmer or a plow) that breaks the sod '; gangbuster
While this list of terms is incomplete because not every - buster word created between 1887, the date given for broncobuster, and 1983, the year Webster's Ninth and 9,000
My broncobuster on Kevin in the corner put him asleep for a bit, but there was one man we hadn’t counted on: Luger.
I hope broncobuster likes getting smashed around on the potholes, bumps, rocks and then occasionally gets run ove ... "
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