Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having a front or forehead like a bull.

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Examples

  • The Egyptian religion was full of such divinities -- the jackal-headed Anubis, the ram-headed Ammon, the bull-fronted Osiris, or Muth, queen of darkness, clad in a vulture's skin; Minos and the Minotaur in Crete; in Greece, Athena with an owl's head, or Herakles masked in the hide and jaws of a monstrous lion.

    Pagan and Christian Creeds: Their Origin and Meaning

  • Anubis, the ram-headed Ammon, the bull-fronted Osiris, or Muth, queen of darkness, clad in a vulture's skin; Minos and the Minotaur in Crete; in

    Pagan and Christian creeds: their origin and meaning

  • Gray hairs, a bowed form, a furrowed face, and that sort of furtive wildness which characterizes the man long hunted by his enemies, had taken the place of his former unfearing, bull-fronted ruggedness.

    Bricks without Straw A Novel

  • a bowed form, a furrowed face, and that sort of furtive wildness which characterizes the man long hunted by his enemies, had taken the place of his former unfearing, bull-fronted ruggedness.

    Bricks Without Straw

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