bouncer

All Noun
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  • At that time, the police had no control over who worked as bouncers.
  • He was also a football player during high school, and for a while a bar bouncer.
  • Before taking up writing full-time, he worked as a bouncer.
  • Bouncer followed, though not without difficulty, and we had to help him on board. Cited from Snow Shoes and Canoes, by William H. G. Kingston
  • But things turn out badly for them and the bouncers beat them up.
  • His plays are performed across the world; Bouncers being the most popular.
  • Bouncer's fan cards became the most popular out of any cast member.
  • Bouncer's fan cards became the most popular out of any cast member.
  • We had tried Bouncer twice before, and he seemed fully to understand the duty required of him. Cited from Snow Shoes and Canoes, by William H. G. Kingston
  • The bouncers then dragged him back to the bar, where he was held until police arrived.
  • The paper leads them to a bar where Brown worked as a bouncer.
  • Police however arrested three bouncers for beating up nine young men.
  • The bouncer at the club is really hot and the girls all get excited.
  • He is then led off the stage by the bouncers as he looked "proper mental".
  • However, Robin cannot get back in because a different bouncer is now at the door.
  • You know, the first time you came into my shop, what a bouncer you told me, when you were a boy. Cited from John Bull, by George Colman
  • What wonder, though -- even Bouncer could scarcely have recognized that voice now! Cited from Po-No-Kah, by Mary Mapes Dodge
  • He also worked as a club bouncer before becoming a professional wrestler.
  • She works as a bouncer at a number of local clubs.
  • Mr. Bouncer, sir, he uses a trumpet like they does on board ship. Cited from The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, Cuthbert Bede
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Meaning of bouncer

  • noun A person whose duty is to throw troublemakers out of a bar or public meeting