one of an English breed of medium-sized, short-haired, muscular
with prominent, undershot jaws, usually having a white and tan or brindled coat, raised originally for bullbaiting.
a stubbornly persistent person.
a short-barreled revolver of large caliber.
slag from a puddling furnace.
an assistant to the proctor at Oxford and Cambridge universities.
like or characteristic of a bulldog or of a bulldog's jaws:
verb (used with object)
to attack in the manner of a bulldog.
to throw (a calf, steer, etc.) to the ground by seizing the horns and twisting the head.
a sturdy thickset breed of dog with an undershot jaw, short nose, broad head, and a muscular body
(at Oxford University) an official who accompanies the proctors on ceremonial occasions
a fixed-interest bond issued in Britain by a foreign borrower
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