Brokeback meaning

Damn those brokeback tramps making a mess of our city.

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The brokeback bridges in the hills sadden me: this place used to be beautiful.

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(slang, neologism) Of or pertaining to homosexuality.

I don't really think Frodo and Sam were gay, even if a couple of the scenes seemed a little brokeback to me.

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Origin of brokeback

  • break + back; First used for hunchback in Carson McCullers 1943 short story, The Ballad of the Sad Café
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  • From the title of Annie Proulx's 1997 short story Brokeback Mountain; popularised by the 2005 film of the same name.
    From Wiktionary