Noun(1) a sturdy thickset short-haired breed with a large head and strong undershot lower jaw; developed originally in England for bull baiting
Verb(1) attack viciously and ferociously(2) throw a steer by seizing the horns and twisting the neck, as in a rodeo
(1) His performance symbolised the true bulldog , never-say-die spirit which is deservedly admired.(2) The story goes that Andrew B Graves, a member of the Sheffield Scientific School Class of 1892, came upon a grimy bulldog in a New Haven blacksmith shop during his freshman year.(3) The pulp fiction clichés that mar his portrait of Young's mother are typical: ‘A tough old dame, yet beneath the bulldog exterior lurked a sensitive soul’.(4) Other boxer authorities insist that Tom was a bulldog , but not an English one.(5) The full dress of a Proctor's man - or " bulldog ", as he is vulgarly called-is picturesque enough, for it is of a seventeenth-century pattern and consists in a long blue cloak studded with brass buttons.(6) Dog expert Trevor Turner, who is chief veterinary officer for the Crufts dog show, told the inquest the American bulldog was not regarded under British law as a dangerous dog but the breed was often used in America for dog-fighting.(7) Tolkan lends his trademark bulldog intensity, while Monk gives her characters quirky grace and a hint of pranksterish glee.(8) A stocky white dog, which looked like a bulldog , came charging through a hedge straight for Milly, with its owner strolling behind.(9) He was a bulldog in his pursuits wearing down the most obstinate official.(10) Varitek gets a ton of credit for being a wonderful handler of the pitching staff and a bulldog who goes all out and motivates the team and really helps out on defense, but that's all stuff that's pretty hard to quantify.(11) The kid pitcher who impressed his teammates for his bulldog attitude as much as his pitching ability had no idea what was happening.(12) He also has a bulldog persona that is a strength and an occasional burden.(13) Despite his bulldog effort, Burkett will never get it all back for the Vietnam vets.(14) A gentleman and a scholar throughout and, though it might sound trite, he's won a lot of people over in this World Cup for his British bulldog spirit.(15) He doesn't have an athletic body but has a bulldog mentality.(16) The bulldog , although bred originally for close encounters in blood sports, was a cuddlesome, affable creature beneath the ferocity and gore.
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