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Definition of "bull-like" [bull-like]

  • Alternative spelling of bulllike. Earlier and more common. (adjective)
  • Alternative spelling of bulllike. Earlier and more common. (adverb)

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Use "bull-like" in a sentence
  • "And, yes, I'd so much rather live with urban coyotes than with a lot of peoples 'ill-trained pit bull-like dogs ..."
  • "Receiving by heredity the fierce, bull-like nature of his father plus the passive indomitableness and groping spirit of his mother, Fomá, proud and rebellious, is repelled by the selfish, money-seeking environment into which he is born."
  • "It just seems like blind, seeing-red, bull-like rage."