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Definition of the noun Brumby

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noun - plural: brumbies

  1. [Australia] A wild or feral horse.


Brumby: A Brumby is a free-roaming feral horse in Australia. Although found in many areas around the country, the best-known Brumbies are found in the Australian Alps region in south-eastern Australia. Today, most of them are found in the Northern Territory, with the second largest population in Queensland. A group of Brumbies is known as a "mob" or "band".

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  1. Molophilus Brumby
  2. Species Molophilus Brumby

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Google previewCitizen’s Right to the Digital City (2015)

Urban Interfaces, Activism, and Placemaking by Marcus Foth, Martin Brynskov, Timo Ojala

Brumby is an associate editor for the International Journal of human–computer studies, ...

Google previewThe American Journal of Archaeology and of the History of the Fine Arts (1890)

Brumby is a hamlet in the parish of Frod- ingham, in the wapentake of Manley, Lincolnshire. In November, the workmen engaged in baring the iron-stone (which lies very near the surface) discovered the bronze coating of an ancient shield, ...

Google previewA Premier's State (2012)

by Steve Bracks

John Brumby is a very discreet man , ...

Google previewGardens of Fire (2013)

An Investigative Memoir by Robert Kenny

Brumby is a machine man.

Google previewThe Jungle Book (2016)

by Rudyard Kipling

Remember that, you big brown Brumby!" Brumby means wild horse without any breeding. Imagine the feelings of Sunol if a ...

Google previewHorses (2014)

by Nicola Jane Swinney

Like the Mustang, the Brumby is a mix of breeds of domesticated horse that were either set free or escaped and were permitted to roam, unchecked, across the Northern Territory, Southeast Australia and Queensland. The earliest settlers to the ...

Google previewPersonal Insolvency (2004)

by Andrew McTear, Frank Brumby, Rosy Border, Chris Williams

About the authors Frank Brumby is a solicitor, partner and Licensed Insolvency Practioner at Leathes Prior Solicitors. Andrew McTear and Chris Williams are Chartered Accountants, practising Licensed Insolvency Practioners and partners in ...

Google previewFifty Novels: 4/5 - All Shades of Life in 50 Greatest Stories of the World - Rise and Fall, Captured and Freed, Lost Souls, Dragons, Guilty Husbands and Wives, Pauper's and a Billionaire's Tale, Grey and Darker City Life, Dance With Power, Love and Habit.. (2013)

by Various Authors

Remember that, you big brown Brumby!" Brumby means wild horse without any breeding.

Google previewThe Dinkum Dictionary (2010)

by Susan Butler

brumby Over the river by gravel and gum To a thunder of hoofbeats, hard-driven they come A host of young horses, and riders who sway Like a reed to the wind, and ...

Google previewThe Horse-Lover's Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition (2017)

A–Z Guide to All Things Equine: Barrel Racing, Breeds, Cinch, Cowboy Curtain, Dressage, Driving, Foaling, Gaits, Legging Up, Mustang, Piebald, Reining, Snaffle Bits, Steeple-Chasing, Tail Braiding, Trail Riding, English & Western, and So Much More by Jessie Haas

brumby. The feral horse of the Australian outback. Brumbies are the descendants of horses who escaped from mining settlements during the Gold Rush of 1851. Hardy survivors, they are difficult to domesticate and now roam in large herds.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Post-Colonial Literatures in English (2004)

by Eugene Benson, L.W. Conolly

– andher finest play, Brumby Innes (1940), can be traced to a few months spent at ...

Google previewThe Concise New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English (2014)

by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor

UK, 2002 brumby noun a feral horse. Origin unknown. Various conjectures, such as an eponymous Major Brumby, or that an Aboriginal language is the source, are based on no solid evidence. AUSTRALIA, 1880 brummy; brummie adjective ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant (1889)

Embracing English, American, and Anglo-Indian Slang, Pidgin English, Tinker's Jargon and Other Irregular Phraseology by Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey Leland

186- Brumby (Australian), a wild horse. Brummagem (common), Birmingham, applied to anything vulgar or counterfeit. Those may be Brummagem or Manchester manners, but they won't go down here. —Rhoda Broughton : Cometh up as a ...

Google previewThe Bankers Encyclopedia (1921)

Caffrey, Öuintero & Brumby. Franklinton ...O. H. Carter. Fullerton.......... See Leesville. Garyville.......... See New Orleans.

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