Definition of "bulldozing" [bulldozing]

  • Present participle of bulldoze. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "bulldozing" in a sentence
  • "There has been more of the "night-riding," the whippings, the mysterious disappearances, the hangings, and the terrorism comprehended in the term bulldozing than has been reported by those "abstracts and brief chronicles of the time," the Southern newspapers, which are now all of one party, and defer to the ruling sentiment among the whites."
  • "And the removal of the cruel whip-hand, or in other words the bulldozing half-breed, had brought with it a joyous reaction."
  • "And finally - it is bernacke who put the idea of bulldozing excessin the market forward, not Greenspna."