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  • adj. swollen

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Swollen.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Swollen; expanded.


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  • Two plays later, Antolin bulled over from a yard out to put Arizona ahead 28-27.

  • He "bulled" his way through, when more capable men of equal nerve failed.

    The Ridin' Kid from Powder River

  • The telegraph operator at Clyde "bulled" the message, and copied it,

    Twenty Years of Hus'ling

  • "bulled" with his friends, attended all the athletic contests, played cards occasionally, and received his daily liquor from Vinton.

    The Plastic Age

  • He bulled ahead, dragging her after him in the direction he thought he had been going.

    Crimson Wind

  • Seattle's hard-charging running back bulled through Philadelphia for 148 yards and a pair of first-half touchdowns, David Hawthorne returned the third of Vince Young's four interceptions 77 yards for a score, and the Seahawks rolled to a 31-14 victory Thursday night that only added to the Eagles' miserable season.

    Seahawks Crush Eagles 31-14: Marshawn Lynch Lifts Seattle Over Philadelphia

  • Dubinsky had bulled his way to the front of the Capitals' net and had tried to push the puck under Neuvirth.

    Late Goal Breathes Life Into Rangers

  • "The markets have been getting more bulled up on the Bank of England rate-hike story," said Win Thin , a strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman.

    Dollar Pulls Ahead of Euro

  • Garm bulled through ranks, smashing them down to break on the icy ground.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • They bulled into Kilronan, dropping him to his knees.

    Earl of Durkness


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