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  • n. Plural form of brumby.

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Examples

  • long term brumbies supporter and this is a disgrace. failure of the organisation not of the coach.

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  • The up side is its good to see that the brumbies are a benevolent lot, obviously feeling sorry for their opposition over the last two week following floggings they allow them to feel better by letting them win.

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  • State Environment Minister Kate Jones said six park rangers using high-powered rifles had been trained to shoot the wild horses - known as brumbies - in the heart and head for a swift kill.

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  • It seems there are also wild camels, kangaroos and wild horses called brumbies but we didn't see any.

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  • a mob of "brumbies" had lured us into a "drouth" that even Dan declared was the "dead finish."

    We of the Never-Never

  • March 9th, 2010 at 4:09 pm lol I never really read those but did read the Flicka books, Black Beauty of course and the whole series about the brumbies from Snowy Mountain.

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  • They went dinghy sailing on some inland lakes across the plains or chased brumbies in their utes at up to fifty miles an hour.

    Wildwood

  • A few moments later she could even make out figures — five dun-colored critters that looked like brumbies, one with a rider, nearly invisible against the tall grass — and then she could hear the pounding of their cantering hooves.

    The Warslayer

  • When the kids raced out like brumbies, grown men turned and ran,

    The Roar of the Crowd

  • But long before we had done with brumbies Cheon was announcing dinner in his own peculiar way.

    We of the Never-Never

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