Meaning of “brumby” in the English Dictionary


"brumby" in English

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brumbynoun [ C ]

uk /ˈbrʌ us /ˈbrʌ Australian English

Examples from literature

  • I had bought a little brumby from a man we met on the Plains, an excellent pony, and most handy in winding his way through the scrub. 
  • These are known as brumbies, and are generally shot by the stock farmer, as they are of deteriorated quality, and by enticing away his mares spoil his more carefully selected breeds. 

(Definition of “brumby” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)