Associations to the word «Donkey»
DONKEY, noun. A domestic animal, Equus africanus asinus, similar to a horse.
DONKEY, noun. A stubborn person.
DONKEY, noun. A fool.
DONKEY, noun. (nautical) A small auxiliary engine, also called donkey engine.
DONKEY, noun. (poker slang) A bad poker player.
DONKEY BID, noun. A fake bid at an auction, used by the auctioneer to raise the price and thus raise the commission.
DONKEY BOILER, noun. A water-heating system for domestic use, consisting of a drum of water mounted above a fire.
DONKEY COCK, noun. (vulgar) (slang) A very large penis.
DONKEY COCKS, noun. Plural of donkey cock
DONKEY DICK, noun. (vulgar) (slang) A very large penis.
DONKEY DICK, noun. (vulgar) (slang) (derogatory) An idiot, a fool.
DONKEY DICKS, noun. Plural of donkey dick
DONKEY EARS, noun. A hand gesture made by placing the thumbs above each ear and waving the index fingers in unison; used to express derision.
DONKEY FRINGE, noun. A long fringe of hair, longer on one side and plastered down on the forehead over one eye.
DONKEY FRINGES, noun. Plural of donkey fringe
DONKEY JACKET, noun. (British) a type of thick jacket, usually dark blue, often worn by men who work outside
DONKEY KONG, noun. (slang) (derogatory) An uncivilized or ill-mannered person; a boor.
DONKEY KONG, noun. (slang) (vulgar) A penis.
DONKEY KONG, noun. Alternative letter-case form of Donkey Kong
DONKEY KONGS, noun. Plural of Donkey Kong
DONKEY KONGS, noun. Plural of donkey kong
DONKEY PUMP, noun. A pump, in the form of a nodding donkey, for pumping water
DONKEY PUMPS, noun. Plural of donkey pump
DONKEY PUNCH, noun. A sucker punch, especially one delivered to the back of the neck,
DONKEY PUNCH, verb. To punch a sexual partner who is crouching on all fours in the back of the neck, head, or the kidneys; also used metaphorically.
DONKEY PUNCHED, verb. Simple past tense and past participle of donkey punch
DONKEY PUNCHES, noun. Plural of donkey punch
DONKEY PUNCHES, verb. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of donkey punch
DONKEY PUNCHING, verb. Present participle of donkey punch
DONKEY VOTE, noun. (Australia) The act of casting a vote, in an election using a preferential voting system, by specifying the candidates in the order in which they are listed on the ballot paper (i.e., by numbering the choices sequentially from top to bottom, ignoring what they represent); a vote so cast. [From 1962.]
DONKEY VOTER, noun. (Australia) A voter who casts a donkey vote.
DONKEY VOTERS, noun. Plural of donkey voter
DONKEY VOTES, noun. Plural of donkey vote
DONKEY WORK, noun. (idiomatic) Hard, boring, routine work.
DONKEY, noun. The symbol of the Democratic Party; introduced in cartoons by Thomas Nast in 1874.
DONKEY, noun. Domestic beast of burden descended from the African wild ass; patient but stubborn.
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