bully

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"The professor made a bully speech," said more than one after the exercises were over.

I have seen enough of you to know that you are a bully and coward.

It was now that Globson, Bully no more, sought me out in the playground.

And so it is with me, bully boy, saving that my doxy cometh not.

Straight up to the bully he walked and looked him firmly in the eye.

"Bully for you," he finally said, looking all about as if to size up the surroundings.

The bully is not always, or, in fact, often the leader in harness.

He had had experience in puppy fights and was already something of a bully.

I tried to bully him, and stamped my foot at him, and—and called him a drunken brute.

Well, I guess when he starts the bully is greased lightning.

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