Associations to the word «Bull»
BULL, noun. An adult male of domesticated cattle or oxen.
BULL, noun. Specifically, one that is uncastrated.
BULL, noun. An adult male of certain large mammals, such as whales, elephants and seals.
BULL, noun. A large, strong man.
BULL, noun. (finance) An investor who buys (commodities or securities) in anticipation of a rise in prices.
BULL, noun. (slang) A policeman.
BULL, noun. (UK) (historical) (obsolete slang) A crown coin; its value, 5 shillings.
BULL, noun. (Philadelphia) (slang) A man.
BULL, adjective. Large and strong, like a bull.
BULL, adjective. Of large mammals, male.
BULL, adjective. (finance) Of a market in which prices are rising (compare bear)
BULL, verb. (intransitive) To force oneself (in a particular direction).
BULL, verb. (intransitive) To lie, to tell untruths.
BULL, verb. (intransitive) To be in heat; to manifest sexual desire as cows do.
BULL, verb. (UK) (military) To polish boots to a high shine.
BULL, verb. (finance) (transitive) To endeavour to raise the market price of.
BULL, verb. (finance) (transitive) To endeavour to raise prices in.
BULL, noun. A papal bull, an official document or edict from the Pope.
BULL, noun. A seal affixed to a document, especially a document from the Pope.
BULL, verb. (dated) (17th century) to publish in a Papal bull
BULL, noun. A lie.
BULL, noun. (euphemistic) (informal) Nonsense.
BULL, verb. To mock, cheat
BULL, noun. (16th century) (obsolete) a bubble
BULL, proper noun. A surname.
BULL ANT, noun. Myrmecia brevinoda
BULL ANTS, noun. Plural of bull ant
BULL BAR, noun. (chiefly Australia) (NZ) A welded framework of metal bars at a vehicle's front, designed to protect it during collisions with animals, but often purchased as a fashion accessory.
BULL BARS, noun. Plural of bull bar
BULL BUTTER, noun. (dated) (disparaging) margarine
BULL BUTTER, noun. (euphemism) (slang) (literal or figurative) bullshit
BULL DUST, noun. A very fine dust that typically settles in potholes on outback roads. The dust usually settles to make the road look flat, but when a car runs over it it soon sinks.
BULL DYKE, noun. (pejorative) (slang) A macho or an extremely masculine or butch lesbian
BULL DYKES, noun. Plural of bull dyke
BULL FIDDLE, noun. (musical instrument) A double bass. (lowest-pitched of instruments of violin family)
BULL FIDDLER, noun. A double bassist; someone who plays the bull fiddle (double bass)
BULL FIDDLERS, noun. Plural of bull fiddler
BULL FIDDLES, noun. Plural of bull fiddle
BULL HEADED, adjective. Alternative form of bullheaded
BULL HORN, noun. Alternative form of bullhorn
BULL MARKET, noun. (finance) A stock market where a majority of investors are buying ("bulls"), causing overall stock prices to rise.
BULL MARKETS, noun. Plural of bull market
BULL MOOSE, noun. (historical) A member of the Progressive Party (United States, 1912), an American political party formed by former President Theodore Roosevelt after a split in the Republican Party.
BULL MOOSER, noun. Alternative form of Bull Moose
BULL MOOSES, noun. Plural of Bull Moose
BULL PUMP, noun. (mining) A direct single-acting pumping engine, in which the steam cylinder is placed above the pump.
BULL RING, noun. (bullfighting) A place where bullfighting is practiced. Alternative spelling of bullring
BULL RINGS, noun. Plural of bull ring
BULL ROPE, noun. (nautical) a rope used for hoisting a topmast or topgallant mast in a square-rigged ship; it is rove from the cap of the lower mast, through a sheave in the foot of the topmast and then back through a block on the lower masthead, with the hauling part led to the deck
BULL ROPES, noun. Plural of bull rope
BULL RUN, noun. An event in which bulls are released in the streets, and people can run with them
BULL RUNS, noun. Plural of bull run
BULL SESSION, noun. (idiomatic) An informal meeting among men, often one where politics, economics or current events are discussed.
BULL SESSIONS, noun. Plural of bull session
BULL SHARK, noun. A shark, Carcharhinus leucas, that is common in both temperate and tropical coastal waters.
BULL SHARKS, noun. Plural of bull shark
BULL STAG, noun. (obsolete) A castrated bull.
BULL TERRIER, noun. A medium-sized dog of a breed that is a cross between bulldog and terrier.
BULL TERRIERS, noun. Plural of bull terrier
BULL THISTLE, noun. Spear thistle.
BULL THISTLES, noun. Plural of bull thistle
BULL TRAP, noun. (economics) A temporary reverse in the downward trend of a share price that tempts some investors to buy
BULL TRAPS, noun. Plural of bull trap
BULL WHEEL, noun. A type of large windlass used in drilling.
BULL WHEELS, noun. Plural of bull wheel
BULL, noun. Uncastrated adult male of domestic cattle.
BULL, noun. A large and strong and heavyset man; "he was a bull of a man"; "a thick-skinned bruiser ready to give as good as he got".
BULL, noun. Obscene words for unacceptable behavior; "I put up with a lot of bullshit from that jerk"; "what he said was mostly bull".
BULL, noun. A serious and ludicrous blunder; "he made a bad bull of the assignment".
BULL, noun. Uncomplimentary terms for a policeman.
BULL, noun. An investor with an optimistic market outlook; an investor who expects prices to rise and so buys now for resale later.
BULL, noun. (astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Taurus.
BULL, noun. The second sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about April 20 to May 20.
BULL, noun. The center of a target.
BULL, noun. A formal proclamation issued by the pope (usually written in antiquated characters and sealed with a leaden bulla).
BULL, noun. Mature male of various mammals of which the female is called `cow'; e.g. whales or elephants or especially cattle.
BULL, verb. Push or force; "He bulled through his demands".
BULL, verb. Try to raise the price of stocks through speculative buying.
BULL, verb. Speak insincerely or without regard for facts or truths; "The politician was not well prepared for the debate and faked it".
BULL, verb. Advance in price; "stocks were bulling".
In words, as fashions, the same rule will hold; Alike fantastic, if too new, or old: Be not the first by whom the new are tried, Nor yet the last to lay the old aside.