Bully synonyms

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To work against; oppose; especially to incite reaction.
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To make timid or fearful; to inspire or affect with fear; to deter, as by threats; to dishearten; to abash.
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(Figuratively) Anyone who lays stress on a rigid adherence to the details of discipline, or to forms and fixed methods or rules.
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To force or compel, as by threats, to do something
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To intimidate or subjugate by an overbearing manner or domineering speech; bully.
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(Slang, UK) A cruel and brutal fellow.
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To speak or protest loudly.
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To taunt someone
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To oppress someone
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To exercise arbitrary or arrogant rule or control.
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To make repeated attacks or raids on (an enemy, for example).
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To express a threat against or give indications of taking hostile action against:
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Arrogant in asserting or attempting to assert one's will over others; overbearing.
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Arrogantly domineering or overbearing.
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To make threats against (someone); to intimidate.
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(Intransitive) To persuade someone to do something which they are reluctant to do, especially by flattery or promises; to coax.
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To bully or coerce
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(Obsolete) To act like a tyrant; to be tyrannical.
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People who exhibit bravery or courage considered as a group:
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To subjugate or persecute by the imposition of troops.
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To push through by physical weight or strength; to overwhelm, overcome. [from 16th c.]
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To play the ruffian; to rage; to raise tumult.
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(American) Alternative spelling of terrorise.
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To injure or kill.
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A person who obtains things by force; a thug or bully.
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(Often figuratively) To coerce, to muscle.
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(UK) To push someone over by heading straight over them. Often used in conjunction with "over".
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Tease means to poke fun at someone or something.
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(Chiefly Brit.) A rough person; rowdy; tough
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One who swaggers.
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To cause irritation to (another); make somewhat angry.
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(Slang) To put (an undesirable person) out by force
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To express approval of by shouting “bravo.”
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To force (away, out, or off) or bring (into a specified condition) by making afraid
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Very well (in a very satisfactory manner)
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(Intransitive) To behave like a bully; swagger.
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To cause to feel worried or depressed:
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(Informal) First-rate; expert
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One who annoys.
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One who harasses.
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One who plagues or annoys.
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To enjoy a commanding position in some field
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A rough, disorderly person.
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To intimidate; to daunt the spirits or courage of. Found primarily in the passive voice.
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First-rate; topnotch.
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Acting or ruling as a despot, tyrannical.
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A person who blusters.
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One who roisters; a reveller
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(Obsolete) To bully.
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To anger; annoy.
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To move or impel to action, effort, or speed; spur.
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To acknowledge; to accept as true; to concede; to accede to an opinion.
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Especially good; wonderful; superb.
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Splendid; fine:
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Excellent; fine
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Almost first rate.
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The definition of keen is something sharp or intense.
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A rowdy, aggressive, or violent young man.
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(UK, Australia, New Zealand, pejorative, slang) A yob.
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be bossy towards
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To act in a bossy manner with another person, ordering them to do things, whether or not one is actually their superior.
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To treat contemptuously and unfairly; to bully
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(Person, proper) In Homer's Odyssey, a Cyclops who confines Odysseus and his companions in a cave until Odysseus blinds him so that they can escape
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(Obsolete) Excellently.
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(Intransitive, now chiefly dialectal) To thrive; fatten; prosper; improve.
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Exceptionally good of its kind
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The period of time during which this takes place
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(Dated, slang) Cool, neat, interesting, fashionable. [popular in the 1940s and again in the 1960s]
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Neat is defined as someone or something that is tidy, well-formed or well-done.
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Good; a general term for anything that is good, useful or beneficial.
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(Idiomatic) Reasonably good.
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Resembling a peach, peach-like.
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First-rate
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Excellent; wonderful:
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(Informal) Extraordinarily impressive or fine; wonderful:
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A hoodlum, esp. a young one
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A worker on an oil drilling rig, esp. a member of the crew which feeds pipe into the well
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Any very strong, virile, and agile man
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A sound-absorbent screen used on a movie set, used to prevent echo.
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An unscrupulous, dishonest person; a scoundrel.
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Merry; cheerful and good-humored.
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Present participle of dash.
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To deal out punishment
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To play a practical joke on.
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To ride is defined as to sit in or on something and move from one place to another.
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Swagger is defined as walking or behaving in an arrogant, confident manner.
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(Archaic) Brisk; full of spirits; boasting; pretentious; conceited.
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Extremely fine; excellent
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Of great value or excellence; extraordinary.
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(Colloquial) Frighteningly good.
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Excellent; first-rate:
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Of or having to do with the Top 40 or the kind of popular music they represent
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(Informal) First-class; first-rate; superior
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First-rate; excellent.
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Of superior quality.
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Flatter is defined as to praise or compliment.
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To stop bothering.
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A tractor with an attached blade for pushing earth and building debris for coarse preliminary surface grading, demolishing building structures, etc.
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Unusually good; outstanding:
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Designating or of a panel made up of persons specially selected as for their expertise
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First-rate; excellent
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(predicative) (Ireland, colloquial) Excellent; superb; deserving of high praise.
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The definition of first-class is of the highest or best.
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Foremost in quality, rank, or importance.
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First in importance, degree, or rank.
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Having a high degree of excellence:
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Imposing by reason of showiness or grandeur; magnificent:
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Exceptionally good of its kind
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