bully: Meaning and Definition of
— n., pl. v., adj., interj. -lies, -lied, -ly•ing,
- a blustering, quarrelsome, overbearing person who habitually badgers and intimidates smaller or weaker people.
- a man hired to do violence.
- a pimp; procurer.
- good friend; good fellow.
- sweetheart; darling.
- to act the bully toward; intimidate; domineer.
- to be loudly arrogant and overbearing.
- fine; excellent; very good.
- dashing; jovial; high-spirited.
- good! well done!
— pl. -lies.
- a desperate, freewheeling scramble for the ball by a number of players, usually in the goal area.
- a method of putting the ball into play in which two opponents, facing each other, tap their sticks on the ground near the ball and then make contact with each other's sticks over the ball three times, after which each tries to gain possession of the ball.
- bully (Thesaurus)