Definition of Bulldogging

1. Verb. (present participle of bulldog) ¹



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Definition of Bulldogging

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bulldogging

bulldaggers
bulldog
bulldog ant
bulldog calf
bulldog clip
bulldog forceps
bulldog gravies
bulldog gravy
bulldog head
bulldog wrench
bulldogged
bulldogger
bulldoggers
bulldogging (current term)
bulldoggings
bulldogs
bulldoze
bulldozed
bulldozer
bulldozered
bulldozers
bulldozes
bulldozing
bulldust
bulldusts
bulldykes
bullectomies

Literary usage of Bulldogging

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1. Let 'er Buck, a Story of the Passing of the Old West by Charles Wellington Furlong (1921)
"Steer bulldogging is perhaps the most daring sport of all— and is a feat one must see to believe. In comes a full grown, strong-necked, Texas steer, ..."

2. Organic Evolution by Richard Swann Lull (1917)
"Thus not only is the power greatly increased, but it is much more effectively applied through this "bulldogging" of the skull, as it has been called. ..."

3. Who's who on the Screen by Charles Donald Fox, Milton L. Silver (1920)
"... brown hair and beard; weighs about a hundred and seventy pounds and is about five feet nine inches tall. His chief amusement is bulldogging steers. ..."

4. Catalog of Copyright Entries. by Library of Congress, Copyright Office (1911)
"Buffalo Ver- non bulldogging steer. — bulldogging steer. — Exciting moment. — Jones on Silver City. — Unruly Butcher Bob.— Verne Elliot on Rooking Buffalo. ..."

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