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A Native American warrior.
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  1. A Native American warrior.
  2. People who exhibit bravery or courage considered as a group:
  3. Any brave man
To overcome, often by intimidation or coercion.
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  1. To overcome, often by intimidation or coercion.
  2. To strike with strong force:
  3. To hit with a heavy club or similar blunt instrument.
To intimidate with harsh, stern looks and talk; bully
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  1. To intimidate with harsh, stern looks and talk; bully
  2. To intimidate or subjugate by an overbearing manner or domineering speech; bully.
  3. To bully in an intimidating, bossy, or supercilious way.
A trademark for an elastic bandage.
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  1. A trademark for an elastic bandage.
  2. Top-notch; first-rate.
  3. (Informal) First-rate; expert
First-rate; topnotch.
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  1. First-rate; topnotch.
  2. (Informal) Chief
  3. (Slang) Excellent; fine
One that torments.
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  1. One that torments.
  2. A sound-absorbent screen used on a movie set, used to prevent echo.
  3. Someone who torments.
A thug or gangster.
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  1. A thug or gangster.
  2. A brutal, violent, lawless person; tough or hoodlum
(Informal) A tough person; thug
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  1. (Informal) A tough person; thug
An extremely oppressive, unjust, or cruel ruler.
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  1. An extremely oppressive, unjust, or cruel ruler.
  2. An absolute ruler who governs without restrictions, especially one who seized power illegally.
  3. An oppressive, harsh, arbitrary person:
To intimidate or subjugate by an overbearing manner or domineering speech; bully.
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  1. To intimidate or subjugate by an overbearing manner or domineering speech; bully.
  2. To intimidate with harsh, stern looks and talk; bully
  3. To bully in an intimidating, bossy, or supercilious way.
To rule as a tyrant.
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  1. To rule as a tyrant.
  2. To govern or use authority harshly or cruelly; be oppressive
  3. To govern as a tyrant; rule with absolute power
To rule (over) in a harsh or arrogant way; tyrannize; bully
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  1. To rule (over) in a harsh or arrogant way; tyrannize; bully
  2. To exercise arbitrary or arrogant rule or control.
To trouble, worry, or torment, as with cares, debts, repeated questions or demands, etc.
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  1. To trouble, worry, or torment, as with cares, debts, repeated questions or demands, etc.
  2. To subject (another) to hostile or prejudicial remarks or actions; pressure or intimidate.
  3. To trouble by repeated raids or attacks, etc.; harry
An overbearing person; a bully.
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  1. An overbearing person; a bully.
  2. A tractor with a large, shovel-like blade on the front, for pushing or moving earth, debris, etc.
  3. A heavy, driver-operated machine for clearing and grading land, usually having continuous treads and a broad hydraulic blade in front.
A bully.
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  1. A bully.
  2. (Name, person, proper) A masculine name
  3. (Person, proper) In Homer's Iliad, the greatest Trojan hero, killed by Achilles to avenge the death of Patroclus: he is the eldest son of Priam and Hecuba
To operate a bulldozer.
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  1. To operate a bulldozer.
  2. (Informal) To force or frighten by threatening; intimidate; bully
  3. To move, dig out, or demolish with a bulldozer:
To mistreat or intimidate by bullying.
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  1. To mistreat or intimidate by bullying.
  2. To taunt someone
  3. (Informal, Dial.) To bully, intimidate, or browbeat
To make timid and submissive by filling with fear or awe; intimidate
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  1. To make timid and submissive by filling with fear or awe; intimidate
  2. To frighten or subdue with threats or a show of force.
  3. To intimidate; to daunt the spirits or courage of. Found primarily in the passive voice.
To browbeat; bully
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  1. To browbeat; bully
  2. To intimidate or dominate in a blustering way.
  3. (Intransitive) To behave like a bully; swagger.
To make timid; fill with fear:
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  1. To make timid; fill with fear:
  2. To coerce or deter, as with threats:
  3. To force or deter with threats or violence
To constitute a threat to; endanger:
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  1. To constitute a threat to; endanger:
  2. To threaten or be a danger (to)
To indicate the likely occurrence of (something dangerous, unpleasant, etc.)
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  1. To indicate the likely occurrence of (something dangerous, unpleasant, etc.)
  2. To express a threat against or give indications of taking hostile action against:
  3. To cause (someone) to feel that his or her power, social standing, or self-esteem is in danger of being diminished:
(Often figuratively) To coerce, to muscle.
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  1. (Often figuratively) To coerce, to muscle.
  2. To rob by force.
  3. To use physical force or violence upon, esp. in robbing
  1. Exceptional; very good.
  2. Unusually good; outstanding:
(Informal) Preeminent or outstanding of its kind
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  1. (Informal) Preeminent or outstanding of its kind
  2. Designating or of a panel made up of persons specially selected as for their expertise
(Archaic) Brisk; full of spirits; boasting; pretentious; conceited.
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  1. (Archaic) Brisk; full of spirits; boasting; pretentious; conceited.
  2. Exceptionally fine.
  3. (Now Rare) First-rate; excellent
First and foremost; principal:
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  1. First and foremost; principal:
  2. Most important or most serious; principal; chief
  3. Of or relating to financial assets, especially being or related to those financial assets that add to the net worth of a business:
Superior to all others:
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  1. Superior to all others:
  2. Holding first place or prize:
(Obs.) Excelling; surpassing
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  1. (Obs.) Excelling; surpassing
  2. (Archaic) Being so to an extreme degree.
  3. Of the highest or finest quality; exceptionally good for its kind:
Excellent in character or ability:
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  1. Excellent in character or ability:
  2. Superior in quality; better than average; excellent; very good
  3. Able to make or detect effects of great subtlety or precision; sensitive:
(Programming) Of, or relating to a treatment like that for a first-class citizen.
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  1. (Programming) Of, or relating to a treatment like that for a first-class citizen.
  2. Constituting or belonging to the first, highest, or best group in a system of classification:
  3. Of the highest class, rank, excellence, etc.; of the best quality
Foremost in quality, rank, or importance.
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  1. Foremost in quality, rank, or importance.
  2. Of the highest class, rank, or quality; very good; excellent
Being the most desired or suitable example of something:
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  1. Being the most desired or suitable example of something:
  2. Highest in quality; excellent:
  3. First or highest in rank or importance; main:
Of high quality
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  1. Of high quality
  2. Having a high degree of excellence:
Brilliant with light or color; radiant:
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  1. Brilliant with light or color; radiant:
  2. Imposing by reason of showiness or grandeur; magnificent:
  3. Very good; excellent; fine
Majestic or magnificent:
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  1. Majestic or magnificent:
  2. Of unusually high quality; excellent:
  3. Extremely fine; excellent
Showing a feeling of being better than others; haughty
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  1. Showing a feeling of being better than others; haughty
  2. Presuming to be or suggesting that one is morally or socially better than others; disdainful or supercilious.
  3. Of great value or excellence; extraordinary.
(Informal) Unusually fine, admirable, enjoyable, etc.
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  1. (Informal) Unusually fine, admirable, enjoyable, etc.
  2. Very good or fine; splendid:
  3. Unusually great in degree, intensity, severity, etc.
(Informal) At the highest point of excellence, health, etc.
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  1. (Informal) At the highest point of excellence, health, etc.
  2. At the highest point, or top
  3. Excellent; first-rate:
Relating to, made up of, or broadcasting the Top 40:
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  1. Relating to, made up of, or broadcasting the Top 40:
  2. Of the highest degree, quality, rank, or amount:
  3. Of or having to do with the Top 40 or the kind of popular music they represent
(Informal) First-class; first-rate; superior
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  1. (Informal) First-class; first-rate; superior
  2. First-class; excellent.
(Rare) Of or for a dandy; foppish
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  1. (Rare) Of or for a dandy; foppish
  2. Suggestive of or attired like a dandy; foppish.
  3. Fine; good.
(Informal) Excellent; splendid; fine
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  1. (Informal) Excellent; splendid; fine
  2. Being one generation removed from the relative specified. Often used in combination:
  3. Superior in quality or character; noble:
Fashionably elegant; stylish.
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  1. Fashionably elegant; stylish.
  2. Excellent; wonderful:
  3. (Slang) First-rate; excellent
First-rate; excellent.
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  1. First-rate; excellent.
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