bull

Part of speech: noun

The center of a target.

Part of speech: noun

The male of domestic cattle or of some other animals.

Part of speech: noun

A dealer who seeks or expects higher prices.

Part of speech: noun

An official document of the Pope, sealed with a leaden seal.

Part of speech: noun

A ridiculous contradiction in terms; a blundering statement.

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Usage examples "bull":

  1. Those who heard him say: " Things has not been as they might have been, always, at the Black Bull, Mr. Cameron- you have had reason to complain in the past- but everything is goin' to be different for the future," could not believe their ears. - "The Pioneers", Katharine Susannah Prichard.
  2. The few horses in the cities are used for heavy trucks, in common with bulls, for the Japanese bull is a beast of burden and not one of the lords of creation as in our own country. - "The Critic in the Orient", George Hamlin Fitch.
  3. Once only I looked behind, and saw a magnificent black bull, with his tail in the air- a signal of attack- on the top of the bank over which I had just leaped, preparing to follow me. - "Spanish Life in Town and Country", L. Higgin and Eugène E. Street.