Bulldog-edition



the earliest daily edition of a newspaper.

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  • Bulldoze

    to clear, level, or reshape the contours of (land) by or as if by using a bulldozer: to bulldoze a building site. to clear away by or as if by using a bulldozer: to bulldoze trees from a site. to coerce or intimidate, as with threats. to use a bulldozer: To clear this rubble away […]

  • Bulldozer

    a large, powerful tractor having a vertical blade at the front end for moving earth, tree stumps, rocks, etc. a person who intimidates or coerces. Contemporary Examples Israeli Court Rules Corrie Death Accidental Dan Ephron August 27, 2012 The New King of Congress Bryan Curtis November 27, 2010 Ariel Sharon’s Twilight Zone Lynn Sherr October […]



  • Bull-dust

    nonsense; bull. noun (Austral) fine dust (slang) nonsense

  • Bull–dyke

    a contemptuous term used to refer to a lesbian who is notably masculine or assertive in manner or appearance. noun (slang) a lesbian who is markedly masculine



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