Her family loaded her on a donkey and set out for the provincial capital of Qalat.
It featured a two-headed donkey, one donkey head decorated with a U.S. flag and the other with a Mexican flag.
He patrolled on foot, and Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) filled the donkey paths that crisscrossed the wadis and hills.
The notoriously jammed streets of Kabul were eerily empty of donkey carts and Land Cruisers.
In the second instance, it is a man and his wife pleading from atop a donkey.
But I will not go back to my wife just yet, as, if I only go on at this rate, I shall soon have enough money to buy a donkey.'
The Leopard Woman sat her donkey, and surveyed it all with appreciative eyes.
The father must pay, but his son's character is lost as well as the donkey.
When first I saw the donkey I saw him in the sunlight as the unearthly gargoyle that he is.
I feel all the time as a donkey who has got into a flower-bed ought to feel,—that I am a very mischievous animal.
1785, originally slang, perhaps a diminutive from dun "dull gray-brown," the form perhaps influenced by monkey. Or possibly from a familiar form of Duncan (cf. dobbin). The older English word was ass (n.1).