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Bulldoze   /bˈʊldˌoʊz/   Listen

(past & past part. bulldozed; pres. part. bulldozing)
Flatten with or as if with a bulldozer.

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"Bulldoze" Quotes from Famous Books

... suddenly, and shaking his haggard fist at the youth, exclaimed in a high, furious, cracking voice as he panted and shook his great hairy head: "No—by God, no, by God, no! You damned young cut-throat—you can break my bank, but you can't bulldoze me. No, by God—no!" He started to leave the room. Barclay caught the old man and swung him into a chair. The flint that Barclay's nature needed had been struck. His face was aglow ...
— A Certain Rich Man • William Allen White

... cool drink. There were no soda fountains in those days and the only place to take a friend was to the tavern. We went in and my companions ordered beer. Babe, the bully, was standing by the bar. He had just come of age, and wanted to bulldoze me with ...
— The Iron Puddler • James J. Davis

Words linked to "Bulldoze" :   pull down, squeeze, wedge, dismantle, force, rase, level, take down, raze, tear down

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