Fascinated, he stared at the legs of the bruisers and then he heard a voice, a voice he recognized.
One of the bruisers picked up the girl, roughly, and disappeared with her.
He was amused and delighted with the spectacle of horses, jockeys, and bruisers.
He stood on the mead, grim and pale as usual, with his bruisers around.
Probably you are not aware, Mr. Connelly, that the Bible has something to say about bruisers.
He denied that he had employed "bruisers" to coerce the audience.
These "bruisers" of the hunting field ought to be made to carry three stone dead weight; they should be "trashed for overtopping."
About this time Borrow had an opportunity of seeing many of “the bruisers of England.”
He glorified the bruisers of England, in the face of horrified public opinion.
Through the bruisers dull brain crept a suspicion that he had been deceived by this handsome, smooth-faced young man.