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Bully vs. Molester

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  • Bully (noun)

    A person who is physically or emotionally cruel to others, especially to those who are weaker or have less power. from late 17th c.

    "A playground bully pushed a girl off the swing."

    "I noticed you being a bully towards people with disabilities."

  • Bully (noun)

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

  • Bully (noun)

    A hired thug.

    "henchman|thug"

  • Bully (noun)

    A prostitute’s minder; a pimp.

    "pimp|ponce"

  • Bully (noun)

    Bully beef.

  • Bully (noun)

    A brisk, dashing fellow.

  • Bully (noun)

    The small scrum in the Eton College field game.

  • Bully (noun)

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  • Bully (noun)

    An (eldest) brother; a fellow workman; comrade

  • Bully (noun)

    A companion; mate. male or female

  • Bully (noun)

    darling, sweetheart. male or female

  • Bully (noun)

    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.

  • Bully (noun)

    A miner's hammer.

  • Bully (verb)

    To intimidate (someone) as a bully.

    "You shouldn't bully people for being gay."

  • Bully (verb)

    To act aggressively towards.

  • Bully (adjective)

    Very good; excellent.

    "a bully horse"

  • Bully (adjective)

    Jovial and blustering.

    "dashing"

  • Bully (interjection)

    }} Well done!

    "She's finally asked for that promotion—bully for her!"

  • Molester (noun)

    Agent noun of molest: one who molests.

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Oxford Dictionary
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  • Bully (noun)

    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.

  • Bully (noun)

    A brisk, dashing fellow.

  • Bully (noun)

    Pickled or canned beef.

  • Bully (adjective)

    Jovial and blustering; dashing.

  • Bully (adjective)

    Fine; excellent; as, a bully horse.

  • Bully

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

  • Bully (verb)

    To act as a bully{1}.

  • Bully (interjection)

    Well done! Excellent!

  • Molester (noun)

    One who molests.

Webster Dictionary
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  • Bully (noun)

    a cruel and brutal fellow

  • Bully (verb)

    be bossy towards;

    "Her big brother always bullied her when she was young"

  • Bully (verb)

    discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate

  • Bully (adjective)

    very good;

    "he did a bully job"

    "a neat sports car"

    "had a great time at the party"

    "you look simply smashing"

  • Molester (noun)

    someone who subjects others to unwanted or improper sexual activities

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