bulldog : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a sturdy thickset short-haired breed with a large head and strong undershot lower jaw; developed originally in England for bull baiting
- v attack viciously and ferociously
- v throw a steer by seizing the horns and twisting the neck, as in a rodeo
- He began his career as a dishwasher, did military service in the kitchen and wound up as an apprentice at El Bulli, which is Catalan for small bulldog.
- "He made his clients believe he was a bulldog .
- And maybe, like all bulldogs, Jock "doesn't give a damn until he wants to give a damn," but those of us who are owned by bulldogs find they give a damn about the right things .
- Matthew Ridge in The Canberra Times
Former Manly fullback Matthew Ridge said: "It's pretty immature. I honestly can't believe this news. Sonny Bill appears to have changed from a fiercely loyal Bulldog to [someone] who is looking out for himself and the big dollars."
- Tony Gwynn Jr in The Spread
He's a bulldog,teammate Tony Gwynn Jr. said. "He gets up there and he doesn't care who's up there, he executes his pitches."
- Bruce Bochy in USA Today
He's pitching with a lot of confidence. He has that bulldog attitude,Giants manager Bruce Bochy said of Zito. "Even when I went out there (in the sixth), he said 'I'm great, I'm fine' and threw well after that."