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Bulldoze   /bˈʊldˌoʊz/   Listen
Bulldoze

verb
(past & past part. bulldozed; pres. part. bulldozing)
1.
Flatten with or as if with a bulldozer.



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"Bulldoze" Quotes from Famous Books



... Nelson flung down the pen. "Not on those conditions. You can't bulldoze me. It's your day to crow, but, I warn you, don't push ...
— Flowing Gold • Rex Beach

... no mixed motives. "There," quoth the Doctor, to the wide world including his own henchmen, yeomen, heralds, and outriders, "is one hound pup I am going to teach house manners!" And failing to break Van Dorn's alliance in the courthouse, and failing to bulldoze Daniel Sands out of a secret liaison with Van Dorn, failing to punish those of his courthouse friends who permitted Van Dorn to stand with them on their convention tickets in the primary, the Doctor went forth with his own primary ticket, and announced that he proposed to beat ...
— In the Heart of a Fool • William Allen White



Words linked to "Bulldoze" :   rase, take down, raze, squeeze, force, dismantle, tear down, pull down, wedge, level



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