bulldoze bulldoze  /ˈbʊl ˌdoʊz/


  • (v) flatten with or as if with a bulldozer


  1. Commercial real estate may soon bulldoze the green shoots.
  2. Nothing in Sapp's past suggested he would one day become the biggest thing to bulldoze his way through Tokyo since Godzilla.
  3. Cleanup crews can't bulldoze the marsh, because that would destroy the wetlands; they can't burn it, because of toxic fumes.



  1. "I could not go to Abu Ghraib and rent a tractor and bulldoze the place, which is sort of what I felt like doing when I saw those photographs," says Maguire, whose lawn is decorated with a Barack Obama sign. "But I could go back to Oz and...
    on Oct 27, 2008 By: Gregory Maguire Source: San Francisco Chronicle

  2. Bob Crow, the RMT general secretary, said, "Our members are furious at the attempt to bulldoze through these rosters, which we believe are all about saving money and which unilaterally rip up existing agreements. RMT maintains that the existing 12...
    on Nov 24, 2009 By: Bob Crow Source: Socialistworker.co.uk

  3. "It's time to bulldoze them, to give new life to a great part of the city ...... and provide for 700 affordable housing units for battlers, for families, for city workers," Premier Morris Iemma said. "It's a great way that we can work...
    on Apr 29, 2008 By: Morris Iemma Source: NEWS.com.au

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