Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of bully boy.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a swaggering tough; usually one acting as an agent of a political faction

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Examples

  • There is a definite 'bullyboy' attitude in the Saskatchewan Party's approach.

    Saskatchewan Party Wants A 'Right Wing Makeover' For The Province

  • There is a definite 'bullyboy' attitude in the Saskatchewan Party's approach.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • You can find dozens more by searching "bullyboy" on the site.

    News Hounds

  • You can find dozens more by searching "bullyboy" on the site.

    News Hounds

  • You can find dozens more by searching "bullyboy" on the site.

    News Hounds

  • Many ordinary members of the public say they have been the victim of 'bullyboy' tactics.

    Home | Mail Online

  • So the notion that propaganda is bad but free speech is good is a carefully contrived nonsense designed to allow the IOC to kowtow to the bullyboy Chinese Communists.

    Archive 2008-04-06

  • So the notion that propaganda is bad but free speech is good is a carefully contrived nonsense designed to allow the IOC to kowtow to the bullyboy Chinese Communists.

    Olympic Censorship

  • No one doubts but that the EU is about as popular in the UK as would being locked in a small cupboard with a skink, yet at this moment when the EU is exhibiting to public view all its worst anti-democratic credentials and bullyboy tendencies, Cameron and Hague ought to be out there booting the Lisbon treaty to death.

    Digging Deeper

  • I got hit as well, and have been unsure whether or not to post about it on my own site as I don't really want to give the thuggish bullyboy in question any free press...but seeing how you handled it I think I might've made a mistake.

    Control

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