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  • n. Plural form of bullock.
  • n. Testicles.
  • interj. Expression of frustration.


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see bullock

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Alteration of bollocks


  • The Hindu sat down and repeated his question; but the Santal did not understand and continued to assert that the bullocks were his and were named Rice eater and Jaituk [2] and had formed part of his wife's dowry; the Hindu kept on asking about the roads and at last the Santal got frightened and thought

    Folklore of the Santal Parganas

  • Of all the poor dumb pilgrims of the road the bullocks are the most terrible to see.

    The Roadmender

  • (I know they're called bullocks but ... wel "bullocks"?? really??

    the-moo Diary Entry

  • · Animate sources - human beings and draught animals such as bullocks - account for less than 10 percent of the total energy, but the real significance of this contribution is that these animate sources represent the bulk of the energy used in agriculture.

    Chapter 8

  • "Those are not oxen; they are called bullocks in this country.

    Across India Or, Live Boys in the Far East

  • As for spirituality, well, here it is more or less the same but with an inclination to either believe in "that kind of thing" or dismissing it with a sneer ( "superstitious bullocks!").

    Dark Tales : The Lovecraft News Network

  • Some may be nostalgic over the original from the 1950s (or was it early 60s?), but the remake by John Carpenter is the dog's bullocks.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • I remember travelling the Jammu sector as India and Pakistan fought yet again and seeing the bloated bodies of cows and bullocks alongside the bodies of dead infantry littering the killing fields of retreat.

    Insanity of the Afghan endgame

  • In different fields, bales of hay are being wrapped in plastic; sheep spread out across a hard-grazed pasture, and bullocks swish their tails beside a shady hedge.

    Country diary: St Stephens-by-Saltash

  • A thousand miles beyond the last mission station toiled her engineers and spies, clad as coolies, under the guise of itinerant merchants or proselytizing Buddhist priests, noting down the horse-power of every waterfall, the likely sites for factories, the heights of mountains and passes, the strategic advantages and weaknesses, the wealth of the farming valleys, the number of bullocks in a district or the number of labourers that could be collected by forced levies.



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