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One who breaks wild horses to the saddle.
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(Professions) (in the western US and Canada) a cowboy who breaks in broncos or wild horses
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(ˈbrɒŋ koʊˌbʌs tər)

a person who breaks broncos to the saddle.
[1885–90, Amer.]
bron′co•bust`ing, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.broncobuster - a person who breaks horsesbroncobuster - a person who breaks horses    
equestrian, horseback rider, horseman - a man skilled in equitation
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[ˈbrɒŋkəʊˌbʌstəʳ] N (US) → domador m de potros cerriles, domador m de caballos
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A huge set of moustaches transforms Andrew Schofield into Sam Cisco, a retired broncobuster famed for stopping a whole town from bur ning down ("Aw shucks, it was nothing - anyone with a full bladder would have done the same").
He had gone after fire with his very hands, fondling it; he physically handled it, in hand-to-hand intimacy, like a snake handler, a broncobuster, a lion tamer, a crocodile wrestler.
Pearkes, a former Mountie, homesteader, and broncobuster, the 116th displayed great confidence and considerable swagger.