- a person who bulldozes
- a tractor with a large, shovel-like blade on the front, for pushing or moving earth, debris, etc.
- A heavy, driver-operated machine for clearing and grading land, usually having continuous treads and a broad hydraulic blade in front.
- An overbearing person; a bully.
- A tractor with an attached blade for pushing earth and building debris for coarse preliminary surface grading, demolishing building structures, etc.
- One who bulldozes.
- (chiefly in the plural) A self-identified group of white US Southerners who colluded to influence outcomes of post-Reconstruction elections by intimidating, coercing and bullying black voters and legislators, including burning down houses and churches, flogging and murdering opponents. Also known as "regulators". Later used to describe anyone who intimidated or bullied in a similar manner.
- A bully, overbearing individual.
(third-person singular simple present bulldozers, present participle bulldozering, simple past and past participle bulldozered)
- To bulldoze (push through forcefully).
Originally bull-dozer (1875, Louisiana, US); bulldoze + -er.
- One themed desk is designed to look like a bulldozer; another is modeled after picket fences.
- For years after the parks close, the rides stand empty and go without care or maintenance, gradually surrendering to rust, wood rot, overgrown plants, and other forces that destroy them as effectively as any bulldozer.
- MacMurray Ranch is a relatively new winery owned by that bulldozer of a wine company, E&J Gallo.