Definition of buckle bunny in English:

buckle bunny

Syllabification: buck·le bun·ny

noun

informal
A woman who is a follower or devotee of rodeos and cowboys.
More example sentences
  • The rodeo cannot be used in the service of family values, the cowboys are surrounded by groupies or ‘buckle bunnies’, and they sentimentalize the family they abandoned for their peripatetic lifestyle on the road.
  • Maybe you can find some buckle bunnies for the boys.
  • In Yuma this afternoon the pickings are slim. There is only a handful of buckle bunnies and they are already paired off with the winners.

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