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Bully vs. Gully

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Bullynoun

A person who is physically or emotionally cruel to others, especially to those who are weaker or have less power.

‘A playground bully pushed a girl off the swing.’; ‘I noticed you being a bully towards people with disabilities.’;

Gullynoun

A trench, ravine or narrow channel which was worn by water flow, especially on a hillside.

Bullynoun

A noisy, blustering fellow, more insolent than courageous; one who is threatening and quarrelsome; an insolent, tyrannical fellow.

Gullynoun

A small valley.

Bullynoun

A hired thug.

Gullynoun

(UK) A drop kerb.

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Bullynoun

A prostitute’s minder; a pimp.

Gullynoun

A road drain.

Bullynoun

(uncountable) Bully beef.

Gullynoun

(cricket) A fielding position on the off side about 30 degrees behind square, between the slips and point; a fielder in such a position

Bullynoun

(obsolete) A brisk, dashing fellow.

Gullynoun

(UK) A grooved iron rail or tram plate.

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Bullynoun

The small scrum in the Eton College field game.

Gullynoun

A large knife.

Bullynoun

Various small freshwater or brackishwater fish of the family Eleotridae; sleeper goby. The common bully, Gobiomorphus cotidianus

Gullyverb

(obsolete) To flow noisily.

Bullynoun

An (eldest) brother; a fellow workman; comrade

Gullyverb

(transitive) To wear away into a gully or gullies.

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Bullynoun

(dialectal) A companion; mate. male or female

Gullynoun

A large knife.

Bullynoun

(obsolete) darling, sweetheart. male or female

Gullynoun

A channel or hollow worn in the earth by a current of water; a short deep portion of a torrent's bed when dry.

Bullynoun

(field hockey) a standoff between two players from the opposing teams, who repeatedly hit each other's hockey sticks and then attempt to acquire the ball, as a method of resuming the game in certain circumstances.

Gullynoun

A grooved iron rail or tram plate.

Bullynoun

(mining) A miner's hammer.

Gullyverb

To wear into a gully or into gullies.

Bullyverb

(transitive) To intimidate (someone) as a bully.

‘You shouldn't bully people for being gay.’;

Gullyverb

To flow noisily.

Bullyverb

(transitive) To act aggressively towards.

Gullynoun

deep ditch cut by running water (especially after a prolonged downpour)

Bullyadjective

Very good; excellent.

‘a bully horse’;

Gullynoun

a ravine formed by the action of water.

Bullyadjective

(slang) Jovial and blustering.

Gullynoun

a river valley.

Bullyinterjection

}} Well done!

‘She's finally asked for that promotion—bully for her!’;

Gullynoun

a deep artificial channel serving as a gutter or drain.

Bullynoun

A noisy, blustering fellow, more insolent than courageous, who threatens, intimidates, or badgers people who are smaller or weaker than he is; an insolent, tyrannical fellow.

‘Bullies seldom execute the threats they deal in.’;

Gullynoun

a fielding position on the off side between point and the slips

‘he was caught in the gully by Jones’;

Bullynoun

A brisk, dashing fellow.

Gullynoun

a fielder at gully.

Bullynoun

Pickled or canned beef.

Gullynoun

an alley.

Bullyadjective

Jovial and blustering; dashing.

Gullyverb

(of water) make gullies or deep channels in (land)

‘he began to pick his way over the gullied landscape’;

Bullyadjective

Fine; excellent; as, a bully horse.

Gully

A gully is a landform created by running water, eroding sharply into soil or other relatively erodable material, typically on a hillside. Gullies resemble large ditches or small valleys, but are metres to tens of metres in depth and width.

Bullyverb

To intimidate or badger with threats and by an overbearing, swaggering demeanor; to act the part of a bully{1} toward.

‘For the last fortnight there have been prodigious shoals of volunteers gone over to bully the French, upon hearing the peace was just signing.’;

Bullyverb

To act as a bully{1}.

Bullyinterjection

Well done! Excellent!

Bullynoun

a cruel and brutal fellow

Bullyverb

be bossy towards;

‘Her big brother always bullied her when she was young’;

Bullyverb

discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate

Bullyadjective

very good;

‘he did a bully job’; ‘a neat sports car’; ‘had a great time at the party’; ‘you look simply smashing’;

Bullynoun

a person who habitually seeks to harm or intimidate those whom they perceive as vulnerable

‘he is a ranting, domineering bully’;

Bullynoun

corned beef.

Bullynoun

an act of starting play in field hockey, in which two opponents strike each other's sticks three times and then go for the ball.

Bullyverb

seek to harm, intimidate, or coerce (someone perceived as vulnerable)

‘a local man was bullied into helping them’; ‘her 11- year-old son has been constantly bullied at school’;

Bullyverb

(in field hockey) start play with a bully.

Bullyadjective

very good; excellent

‘the statue really looked bully’;

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