[ UK /bˈʊlɪɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈbʊɫiɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of intimidating a weaker person to make them do something
  1. noisily domineering; tending to browbeat others
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How To Use bullying In A Sentence

  • OVER the past few weeks, the nation seems to have reached a general consensus about bullying. The Sun
  • He called the case disturbing and said it underscores the pervasiveness of cyberbullying.
  • All cases of bullying will be severely dealt with.
  • There is also hassling and teasing and good-natured joshing that to an adult looks like vicious bullying but to a child is something different.
  • He cited the cases of a girl committing suicide after continued cyber-bullying and harassments and an online suicide pact among youth thwarted by South Korean police.
  • Only in the movies does badass bullying expose conspiracies rather than recruit new conspirators to the cause.
  • Patients went hungry and thirsty and without medication and there was a lot of awful bullying of patients and relatives going on. The Sun
  • His message is that nobody can get a wage rise unless they accept less time with their family and friends, longer hours at work, and endless bullying from jumped-up managers.
  • The girl's afore-mentioned burden - a phenomenon - had been perpetually exacerbated by Carl's boorish, bullying behaviour towards her.
  • You've no right to burst in here, making all these accusations and bullying an old man. A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE
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