from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Western U.S. See cowboy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A cowboy, specifically, a working cowboy who generally does not do rodeos.
- n. One who sports a distinctive buckaroo style of cowboy clothing, boots, and heritage.
- n. A style of cowboy boot with a high and uniquely tapered heel.
- n. A reckless, headstrong person.
- n. A dollar (variation of buck).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a cowboy, especially used of one who breaks broncos; -- used especially in California.
- n. a fellow; a guy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. local names for a cowboy (`vaquero' is used especially in southwestern and central Texas and `buckaroo' is used especially in California)
This buckaroo is headed back to halls of learning.
The value of the buckaroo is a function of what the students have to do to earn a buckaroo from the UMKC work doing one hour of community service;
It's called the buckaroo, named in sync with the school mascot, the kangaroo.
In general, the buckaroo has been a fully functioning currency that has directed student labor to community service, and at the same time, provided an invaluable educational experience to the students.
The buckaroo is a simple case of a public monopoly;
It's perhaps no surprise that at the age of 11 Boyd started to compete in the "buckaroo" division at mounted shooting events.
With the revelers gone and Bumble-Ardy in tears, Aunt Adeline's wrath evaporates: Oh my pesky buckaroo!
I have taken almost every animal in the world and except for animals that might bite back have found the 300 Win Mag and 338 Win Mag have been all this buckaroo needs.
The dust-up pits two institutions allied since the beginning of the 100-year-old rodeo that celebrates the buckaroo heritage of the two-thirds of Oregon east of the Cascade Range.
Anything larger is too heavy and the ferocious recoil too much for this little buckaroo.
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