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  • They went so far as to attempt some poetizing on the subject of Johnny's downfall in the corral, but no one seemed able to eliminate the word bronk at the end of the first line, "_Johnny tried to ride a bronk.


  • I reckon I'll wish you was a bronk before I'm through -- ''

    Jean of the Lazy A

  • Huh! A cow-puncher togged up like he was going after the snakiest bronk in the country, when he was only going to drive to town in a buckboard!

    Chip, of the Flying U

  • For the time being he was "riding straight up and fanning her ears," and his aerial bronk was pulling off stunts he would never have attempted in cold blood.

    The Thunder Bird

  • Horses and riders pantingly gave over their own exertions and got out of the way, for Big Medicine played bronk as he did everything else: with all his heart and soul and muscles, and since he was strong as a bull, riding him promised much in the way of excitement.

    The Happy Family

  • He stayed home to talk loudly and play bucking bronk with Babe all up and down the stairs and in the halls.

    The Trail of the White Mule

  • And when he rode the festive bronk, he tumbled on his nosey.

    The Lonesome Trail and Other Stories

  • Say, that was some bronk-riding I did up there among the clouds -- what? ...

    The Thunder Bird

  • "Lucky I hitched yore bronk out in the scrub," went on McGurvin complacently.

    Frank Merriwell, Junior's, Golden Trail or, The Fugitive Professor

  • "I'd rather manage a six-horse team of bronk mules," Casey admitted.

    The Trail of the White Mule


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