maulers maulers

Definition(s):

  • (n) large strong hand (as of a fighter)

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Angry maulers used their mammy wagons to blockade all entrances to the city, slashed the tires of the big municipal buses and pulled them across downtown intersections.
  2. The prize fighter, Fred MacMurray, is different from most cine-maulers.
  3. The Mets pitching, led by sore-shouldered Tom Seaver, held the Midwestern maulers to only eight runs in the five games.

News

  1. Lionel Hollins interviews for head coaching job with Denver Nuggets

    He is basketball’s Jack Del Rio, a man who thrived at playing defense and now comes alive coaching it, using deft methods to make men into maulers. Could Lionel Hollins turn the Nuggets into defensive stalwarts as defensive coordinator Del Rio did the Broncos? That’s part of the allure, part of why Nuggets management interviewed Hollins on [...]
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Inside Hoops

  2. Hollins may bring toughness to Nuggets

    DENVER -- He is basketball's Jack Del Rio, a man who thrived at playing defense and now comes alive coaching it, using deft methods to make men into maulers.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Boulder Daily Camera

Quotes

  1. "They're good position blockers, they're maulers," Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher said. "They try to get on you and stay on you and push you around, so they do a good job for their scheme."
    on Sep 7, 2007 By: Brian Urlacher Source: The Courier News

  2. "They have a heck of an offensive line," Haslett said. "They have maulers up front, they have a heck of a running game. They picked up (Michael) Turner, probably their best offensive player. He has 1,491-yards rushing right now. (Wide...
    on Dec 23, 2008 By: Jim Haslett Source: Belleville News Democrat

  3. "There's a big difference," Weis said, "between 270 (pounds) and 330. Usually those guys are more maulers than the finesse guys you get at left tackle who are protecting your blind side. Body-wise, stereotypically this is where he seems to...
    on Mar 27, 2008 By: Charlie Weis Source: South Bend Tribune (subscription)

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