bulldog

[ boo l-dawg, -dog ]SEE DEFINITION OF bulldog
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He just wore Diablo down, hung to him like a bulldog, an' beat him out.

"No, it was not," answered Gilman, all the bulldog in his nature coming to the surface.

Farnol Greer, on the other hand, was as heavily moulded as a bulldog.

He was of the bulldog breed that has made old England what it is.

Bland, a thick-set man with the jaw of a bulldog, was eyeing him intently.

It was a show-down and, bulldog fighter though he was, Jasper Swope weakened.

You haven't such a thing as a bulldog pup you could spare me, I suppose?

It was what was called a bulldog pistol, because it had a blunt, short muzzle.

And she not only tried not to love the butterfly, but had tried her loyal hardest to love the bulldog.

He was naturally rather obstinate, and had a bulldog nature.

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