bruiser

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRUISER

You will find her serviceable; she's a bruiser's lass and something above it.

Expert electrician, mechanic, sport spoiler and bruiser, eh?

That smile was enough to infuriate the bruiser beyond description.

The man declared that he was not a bruiser, and refused to stir.

"I reckon as 'ow 'e's a bit of a bruiser," was the not unexpected reply.

Bruiser Jake had mysteriously disappeared on the evening of election.

The Yorkshire man had a reputation as a bruiser and preferred fighting to eating.

There is nothing of the bruiser in the looks of the smooth-faced wrestlers.

In the course of the night, I had become famous in a small circle as a bruiser.

Of her specific exploits as a bruiser we hear of at least two near Dover.

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