bully, tough, hooligan, ruffian, roughneck, rowdy, yob, yobo, yobbo(noun)
a cruel and brutal fellow
a hired thug
bang-up, bully, corking, cracking, dandy, great, groovy, keen, neat, nifty, not bad(p), peachy, slap-up, swell, smashing(verb)
"he did a bully job"; "a neat sports car"; "had a great time at the party"; "you look simply smashing"
strong-arm, bully, browbeat, bullyrag, ballyrag, boss around, hector, push around(verb)
be bossy towards
"Her big brother always bullied her when she was young"
browbeat, bully, swagger(verb)
discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate
A person who is cruel to others, especially those who are weaker or have less power.
A hired thug.
A prostituteu2019s minder; a pimp.
To intimidate (someone) as a bully.
You shouldn't bully people for being gay
To act aggressively towards.
Very good; excellent.
She's finally leaving her abusive husband uE000186484uE001 bully for her!
Origin: 1530, from boel, from boel, from bō-lan- (compare bole, buole, German Buhle), diminutive of expressive *bō- (“brother, father”). More at boy.
a noisy, blustering fellow, more insolent than courageous; one who is threatening and quarrelsome; an insolent, tyrannical fellow
a brisk, dashing fellow
jovial and blustering; dashing
fine; excellent; as, a bully horse
to intimidate with threats and by an overbearing, swaggering demeanor; to act the part of a bully toward
to act as a bully
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
bool′i, n. a blustering, noisy, overbearing fellow: a ruffian hired to beat or intimidate any one: a fellow who lives upon the gains of a prostitute: (obs.) a term of familiarity to either man or woman.—adj. blustering: brisk: (U.S.) first-rate.—v.i. to bluster.—v.t. to threaten in a noisy way:—pr.p. bull′ying; pa.p. bull′ied.—n. Bull′yism.—v.t. Bull′yrag (coll.), to assail with abusive language, to overawe.—ns. Bull′yragging; Bull′y-rook, a bully.—Bully for you, bravo! [Perh. Dut. boel, a lover; cf. Ger. buhle.]
bool′i, n. a miner's hammer.
It is a person who does something verbal or physical hurting you over and over.
There is a bully at school that keeps bothering me.
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The numerical value of bully in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of bully in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I'm not a bully.
He risks looking like a bully.
A bully is not reasonable - he is persuaded only by threats.
Most of the military are Burmese, they bully the Shan people.
Know what your purpose is, keep your eye on the ball, and do it without being a bully.
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Translations for bully
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- побойник, главорез, първокласен, хулиган, заплашвам, тиранизирамBulgarian
- tyrannisere, herse med, mobbe, udmærket, fint, bølle, tyran, finDanish
- Bully, Tyrann, kujonieren, tyrannisieren, Rabauke, Schikaneur, einschüchtern, schikanieren, drangsalierenGerman
- ĉikani, ĉikanulo, braveEsperanto
- matón, abusador, intimidar, pendenciero, perdonavidas, tiranizar, bravucón, abusón, sicario, peleón, chulear, acosar, matasieteSpanish
- kiusaja, riiukukk, türanniseerima, türann, terroriseerimaEstonian
- kiusaaja, kiusata, pahoinpitelijäFinnish
- tyran, tourmenter, terroriser, maltraiter, brute, bravoFrench
- ansmachtaí, ansmachtaighIrish
- maoidh, maoidhear, burraidh, pulaidhScottish Gaelic
- bullo, spaccone, arrogante, smargiasso, prepotenteItalian
- 苛める, 苛め, 苛めっ子Japanese
- tītarakura, hawaiMāori
- заплашува, тиранизира, силеџија, насилник, застрашуваMacedonian
- wreedaard, pestkop, treiteren, treiteraar, pesten, jennen, bullebakDutch
- intimidar, oprimir, atormentar, tiranizar, valente, rufião, valentão, bravo, bulir, aterrorizar, maltratarPortuguese
- tiran, intimidaRomanian
- громила, хулиган, запугивать, застращать, тиранизировать, задрать, терроризировать, задира, забияка, тиран, запугать, стращать, задиратьRussian
- mobbare, mobbaSwedish
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