Bulldog meaning

bo͝ol'dôg', -dŏg'
A dog of a breed originally developed in England for bullbaiting, having a short stocky body, large head, and strong square jaws with dewlaps.
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A short-barreled, large-caliber revolver or pistol.
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A heat-resistant material used to line puddling furnaces.
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A proctor's assistant at Oxford University or Cambridge University.
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Relentless or stubborn.
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To throw (a calf or steer) by seizing its horns and twisting its neck until the animal falls.
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A short-haired, square-jawed, heavily built dog noted for its strong stubborn grip.
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A short-barreled revolver of large caliber.
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At Oxford and Cambridge universities, a proctor's assistant.
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Like or characteristic of a bulldog; stubborn, unrelenting, etc.
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To throw (a steer) by taking hold of its horns and twisting its neck.
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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.
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British bulldog.
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A stubborn person.
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A refractory material used as a furnace lining, obtained by calcining the cinder or slag from the puddling furnace of a rolling mill.
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To chase (a steer) on horseback and wrestle it to the ground by twisting its horns (as a rodeo performance).
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Origin of bulldog