One who brawls, engages in noisy, unseemly fights.(noun)
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Use "brawler" in a sentence
"The original Karateka was what might loosely be termed a brawler, and saw you travelling deep into the heart of a forbidding oriental fortress to rescue a captured princess."
"I can name four people who are closely associated with Mayor Fenty publicly, and only one of them helps him politically, even marginally: Consigliore Peter Nickles; Chancellor Michelle Rhee; Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity brother Sinclair Skinner; and Ron Moten, self-described 'brawler' and Fenty-described 'great Washingtonian.'"
"Almost two decades after Moten was jailed for selling crack in Petworth, the community activist and self-described "brawler" is emerging as an influential force in the race between Fenty and D.C. Council Chairman Vincent C."