Bully [noun]

Definition of Bully:

domineering person

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Sentence/Example of Bully:

Childhood was rough for Guy Frankenstein, 54, who got bullied for both his first and last name.

Everyone thinks he’s so cool that he gets to go to the NHL, but I don’t see how someone can be cool when you pick on someone and bully someone your entire life.

“I have never seen a hearing so close to an election on any topic,” Schatz began, arguing that the Senate is supposed to stay out of such matters “This is bullying, and it is for electoral purposes.”

When people tell you what’s literally going on with them and then people still continue to bully them.

He was bullied, of course, and though there were a few guys in his class that he called friends, he never truly knew whom he could trust.

Studies suggest kids who are bullied or exposed to dangerous situations are more likely to have paranormal fantasies, a trend psychologists also found in adults with a history of childhood trauma.

He’d seen him bully doctors into giving both himself and his athletes prescription drugs they didn’t have a medical need for.

I think if you give me a full and unlimited commission to bully Giles and that little boy, Brittles, I can manage it.

Both Coulter and Paxton fell upon the bully together and punished him severely.

The pair told Ritter what they thought of him, and each declared that he was going to expose the bully to Captain Putnam.