bull

[ boo l ]SEE DEFINITION OF bull

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BULL

He attacks it as a bull a red cloak, goring it, stamping on it, tearing it to shreds.

He was low and thick set, with a neck like a bull, and a frame of prodigious strength.

For who can forbear to laugh at the bare idea of an Irish bull?

Then, perhaps, says another, the essence of a bull lies in confusion of ideas.

A bull on the throne is worth twice as much as a bull in the chair.

If that were the case, it would an admirable example of an Irish bull!

At which he sneered, and said that was a bull and a blunder, but no wonder, as I was an Irishman.

"I think that it will serve our turn," said Peter grimly, and rushed at him like a bull.

For a moment he paused, again like the bull when he sees the picadors and is about to charge.

Your cousin is the bull that I put my money on: I believe she will clear the ring.

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