I'd like to hear Weary or anybody else stand up and tell me that I got bucked off.
And the girl—Miss Desha has bucked poverty like a thoroughbred.
Mother's fearfully' bucked, and Dawker's simply oozing triumph.
Bucked and throwed me, but I kept my holt o' the stirrups with my foot—so!
He bucked up firewood and stacked it to move into camp with the first snow.
But if they did, I am sure it was a quadruped that reared and bucked and kicked up its heels.
I dont think Marmaduke was ever so bucked in his life, said Mrs. Conover placidly.
I admit you have courage, but you'd have still more, if you bucked the wilds.
Sounds like your grandpappy had a burr under his tail an' bucked it out on you.
I found old Nute in the seventh; and I was bucked the moment I got in.