Bruiser

All Noun
419 examples (0.02 sec)
  • He turns slowly from an all-around to a bruiser in the end of the series.
  • The one win in the record was from the pre-split Bruiser team.
  • He's got to be a glad hand artist, or a bruiser. Cited from Winner Take All, by Larry Evans
  • He didn't care to stand out as a bruiser. Cited from Poor Man's Rock, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • The young man was a famous amateur bruiser, and could fight a round with any professional in London. Cited from The Firm of Girdlestone, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • In the course of the night, I had become famous in a small circle as a bruiser. Cited from From the Bottom Up, by Alexander Irvine
  • Did they require a bruiser to drive the gray car? Cited from Burned Bridges, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • Bruiser was the school's first All-American football player.
  • Heaven is my witness that I have no desire to be regarded as a bruiser. Cited from A Fool and His Money, by G.B. McCutcheon
  • Bruiser is the third studio album by English band The Duke Spirit.
  • Then he stepped through the door carefully, to make sure that the big bruiser hadn't come back. Cited from Police Your Planet, by Lester del Rey
  • One of his first matches was against one of his childhood heroes Dick the Bruiser.
  • He had gone too far to recede, and he went into action with all the energy and skill of a true bruiser. Cited from Poor and Proud [Katy Redburn], by Oliver Optic
  • They fought -- but the spiritual bruiser proved too hard for the injured quaker. Cited from An History of Birmingham (1783), by William Hutton
  • If you're up against a bruiser and you're getting knocked about -- Grin. Cited from The Spell of the Yukon, Robert W. Service[Canada]1
  • Of her specific exploits as a bruiser we hear of at least two near Dover. Cited from Isopel Berners, by George Borrow
  • He played a similar character (among others) in the 2000 TV series Bruiser.
  • If we are speaking of a boxing-match, we may say that some famous bruiser has greater bodily power than any man in England. Cited from Misc Writings and Speeches, Lord Macaulay V2 of 4
  • On the whole he was a miserable, contemptible little bruiser whom no decent boy could love or respect. Cited from Poor and Proud [Katy Redburn], by Oliver Optic
  • You will find her serviceable; she's a bruiser's lass and something above it. Cited from The Amazing Marriage by George Meredith, v2
  • Next »

Words starting with Bruiser