Associations to the word «Bulldog»
BULLDOG, noun. A breed of dog developed in England by the crossing of the bullbaiting dog and the Pug to produce a ladies companion dog. Having a very smooth coat, a flattened face, wrinkly cheeks, powerful front legs and smaller hind legs.
BULLDOG, noun. British bulldog
BULLDOG, noun. A stubborn person.
BULLDOG, noun. A refractory material used as a furnace lining, obtained by calcining the cinder or slag from the puddling furnace of a rolling mill.
BULLDOG, noun. (UK) (Oxford University) (slang) One of the proctors' officers.
BULLDOG, verb. (transitive) To chase (a steer) on horseback and wrestle it to the ground by twisting its horns (as a rodeo performance).
BULLDOG BAT, noun. Any of various bats of the family Noctilionidae.
BULLDOG BATS, noun. Plural of bulldog bat
BULLDOG CLIP, noun. Binder clip.
BULLDOG CLIPS, noun. Plural of bulldog clip
BULLDOG EDITION, noun. (chiefly US) (newspapers) (publishing) The earliest edition of a periodical publication, especially a daily newspaper.
BULLDOG GRAVIES, noun. Plural of bulldog gravy
BULLDOG GRAVY, noun. (obsolete) Depression-era foodstuff associated with American coal miners. Mixture of water, flour, and grease. Eaten with beans.
BULLDOG RAT, noun. A dark rat once endemic to Christmas Island.
BULLDOG, noun. A sturdy thickset short-haired breed with a large head and strong undershot lower jaw; developed originally in England for bull baiting.
BULLDOG, verb. Attack viciously and ferociously.
BULLDOG, verb. Throw a steer by seizing the horns and twisting the neck, as in a rodeo.
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