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  • n. Plural form of bullocky.


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  • But the "bullockies" are better off than the horse-teamsters, for bad chaff is sold by the pound and corn is worth its weight in gold.

    Children of the Bush

  • It showed the sparkling coast and dusty int­erior, city and country­ life, immigrants, chil­dren, squatters, politic­ians and bullockies.

    Australia's Own School of Landscape Painting

  • Now, with official stock routes for the drovers and the bullockies vanished into legend, things were more amicable between vagabonds and stay-puts.

    The Thorn Birds

  • In the old days drovers and their hungry, grass-ruining mobs of stock had not been welcome, and the bullockies a hated breed as they inched their mammoth teams of from twenty to eighty oxen through the middle of the squatters’ best grazing.

    The Thorn Birds


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