Bullary



bullarium.
Historical Examples

Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various

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    the action or sport of setting dogs upon a bull in a pen or arena. Historical Examples Early Western Travels 1748-1846 Various

  • Bull–bar

    a metal frame attached to the front of a vehicle to prevent damage in case of a collision with stray animals on outback roads. noun Word Origin



  • Bull–bars

    a metal frame attached to the front of a vehicle to prevent damage in case of a collision with stray animals on outback roads. plural noun a large protective metal grille on the front of some vehicles, esp four-wheel-drive vehicles

  • Bullbat

    nighthawk (def 1). Historical Examples The Burgess Bird Book for Children Thornton W. Burgess noun another name for nighthawk (sense 1)



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