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Definition of "bully-boy" [bully-boy]

  • Alternative form of bully boy. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "bully-boy" in a sentence
  • "If empty-headed bully-boy Cameron represents the British cultural attributes we should be aspiring to integrate ourselves into, God of whatever creed help us all!"
  • "But speaking from the scene of the vote Karpov's supporters this afternoon described the ballot as a "farce", and said Ilyumzhinov had used "intimidation, bully-boy tactics" and even "blatant corruption" to steamroller his way to victory."
  • "In the Bush administration, "we had this bully-boy rhetoric, gunslinger walking down the street approach," Eaton says."