bolshie bolshie


  • (n) emotionally charged terms used to refer to extreme radicals or revolutionaries



  1. The programme also reveals that Blair calls his wife "the bolshie Scouser," a reference to her Liverpool, north-west England, roots and often outspoken views.
    on Jun 30, 2007 By: Tony Blair Source: AFP

  2. "For someone like Sir Alan to recognise my ability is unbelievable," said Michelle. "It wasn't until right at the very end when he said I'd won that I believed it. It shows you don't need to be loud and cocky and bolshie - just work as hard...
    on May 11, 2006 By: Michelle Dewberry Source:

  3. "It was a very bolshie and bold offensive in which the insurgents would have seen significant casualties on their own side and it's the sort of boldness we don't see," Mr Fitzgibbon said. "It will be interesting to know where they were from...
    on Jul 16, 2008 By: Joel Fitzgibbon Source: The Australian

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