bulldoze[ bool-dohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF bulldoze
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BULLDOZE
I have to browbeat, bribe, blackmail and bulldoze you thugs into doing a simple job.
That young assayer Russell started to bulldoze when Sandy took a hand.
No call to bulldoze a fellow just because you happened to be first on the spot!
But you can see that we can't allow these men to bulldoze us.
Perhaps that crowd is coming over again to bulldoze us, he suggested.
He saw that he could not bulldoze the master of the Hall, and his manner changed.
Now if you try to bulldoze me further, I'll slap your wrists.
He had just come of age, and wanted to bulldoze me with that fact.
He had thought to bulldoze the widow and her son, but he was getting decidedly the worse of the encounter.
He tried to bulldoze the sergeant in the telegraph office only to be hustled off by a corporal's guard.