The new clothes I ordered never came home, and I had to go and bullyrag the tailor.
He was a born boss, and loved to command, and to jaw and dispute with inferiors and harry them and bullyrag them.
Then we watched them go and bullyrag Jake; because we was pretty uneasy for him.
bullyrag, to abuse or scold vehemently; to swindle one out of money by intimidation and sheer abuse.
Do you remember how you used to bullyrag me about my coat and your bridge?
On Sunday he allowed Mrs. Davis to bullyrag him into a tentative engagement.
I've seen him bullyrag a poor devil in the box until he caused him to say just what he wanted.
Dared you break the crust and bullyrag 'em—hot, fierce and angry, what wide beaks buzz plain Saxon as ever spoke Witenagemot!
To harass or bully: bullyrag the substitute teacher