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


Take him all round, pard, there never was a bullier man in the mines.

I still have time to appear at Bullier's and meet Zoe Mirilton.

He had fitted her out for an evening at the Bullier for twenty-five francs.

But the “Bullier” is closing and the crowd is pouring out into the cool air.

Gaining in audacity, he danced at Bullier's, dined at Foyd's, and at last had a mistress.

According to Bullier, however, acetylene must contain 80 per cent of phosphine to render it spontaneously inflammable.

The story that he had been seen dancing at Bullier's with the notorious Duchesse de Z—— was a baseless fabrication.

Upon reflection, he abandoned the Bullier: the jades of this place were enjoying a rest.

I don't know; there may be bullier circuses than what that one was, but I never struck them yet.

It is needless to say that the name of Bullier still remains in the Bal Bullier of to-day.