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In addition, 80% of parents said they’re worried about filters’ impact and two-thirds of teens said they’ve been bullied over how they look in photos.

We feared that bullying behavior might continue and escalate into more serious abuse.

Teachers at schools and universities must be taught to handle situations pertaining to discrimination, harassment, and bullying any individual based on their gender, sexuality, or orientation.

That’s what Roosevelt meant by calling the presidency a “bully pulpit” — that it was a great platform to get things done.

All previous presidents, I’m going to hazard, they used the bully pulpit to try to unify the country.

How many Christian kids are bullied in school for being sissies or tomboys?

In part of the book you discuss getting bullied in high school.

“NATO bullied us in Georgia and now they are doing the same again here, and we have to stop them,” says Alan.

Being bullied makes people internalize their feelings and beliefs.

In cases such as a spate of recent suicides by adolescents who were bullied on Facebook, the perpetrators were well known.

Circus life was exciting enough, but young David Lannarck was tired of being stared at and bullied because of his small size.

Customers, the old merchant says, were often bullied into buying things they did not want.

But it is a tough-fibred, stout-hearted breed of men, that has not accustomed itself to being bullied.

It's because the “aard-vark's” a Dutchman—a Cape boer—and the boers have been much bullied of late.

She bullied him, and frightened him into silence when he began to find fault with her extravagances.

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On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bullied, such as: browbeaten, cowed, daunted, terrified, and afraid.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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