Definitions

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  • adj. powerful
  • v. Present participle of bullock.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Ricky Ponting has maintained all along that Siddle's position has not been under threat as he has been performing the vital "bullocking" work that has kept up the pressure on opposition batsmen.

    Cricinfo news from Cricinfo

  • Could this be in any way related to the fact that Deputy Editor Chris Lloyd is brother-by-marriage to bullocking Rochdale councillor, Sheik's advisor and Oldham and Saddleworth PPC Elwyn Watkins?

    Paul Rowen MP: What Was Paul Rowen MP Asked?

  • And subject of some serious defamatory accusations by the boy Hennigan who was apparently lurking and bullocking around at every twist and turn.

    Rochdale Lib Dem Franchise: Membership Shenanigans

  • There is an interesting discussion going on at Conservative Home about Melissa Kite's Tory shadow cabinet predictions (yawn), Iain Dale's bullocking fisking of these (yawn), the way the ensuing spat has developed through feud to vendetta.

    Archive 2007-05-20

  • Presumably if you blog about this stuff in your usual bullocking style back at base you will be telling me about that so I can keep an eye on you?

    Law Maker, Promise Breaker: Questions for Ashcroft

  • Whoever wins will get to NOT FACE the bullocking self publicist George Galloway who has promised not to compete.

    Archive 2007-03-11

  • Perhaps readers were disappointed to have bought a blethering chapter in the bullocking autobiography of GG with scant mention of FC?

    George Galloway: "It Ain't Nothing But A Heart Ache"

  • Yes, you villain, you have defiled my own bed, you have; and then you have charged me with bullocking you into owning the truth.

    The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

  • And they came to Paris ostensibly to help, but all they really did was write complaining letters back to Philadelphia, saying how Franklin was bullocking up the accounts and not getting the thing done with the French.

    Franklin: The Essential Founding Father

  • Others have taken over our bullocking duties, sir, and we is back with you like we always wanted to be.

    Sharpe's Fortress

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