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Synonyms for bulldoze

Synonyms for bulldoze

to domineer or drive into compliance by the use of as threats or force, for example

Words related to bulldoze

flatten with or as if with a bulldozer

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He said that bulldozing a religious site that had been standing unharmed since the 5th century AD shows how far ISIS has gone with its criminal acts, and that the fact that such an act occurred in the 21st century is unimaginable.
And in the last two years they have started bulldozing hundreds of houses in Grove Hill.
The inhabitants have launched protest campaign against what they called unlawful bulldozing and alleged CDA of taking a huge amount as a forced tax monthly.
He called for an intervention to stop the bulldozing that targets the village's land.
Bethlehem, Sha'ban 26, 1432, Jul 27, 2011, SPA - The Israeli Occupation Forces arrested today seven people including five foreigners who joined them in a march that started from the village of Al-Walja, the north-west of Bethlehem to protest the bulldozing of agricultural land in the village.
I don't recall talking about bulldozing a publicly-funded facility and inspiring a generation of Tottenham season ticket-holders," The Sun quoted him, as saying.
The surfaces of bulldozing plates and mouldboard ploughs were modified according to the surface morphology of dung beetle.
BIKE fanatics have slammed the bulldozing of a famous city BMX track used by scores of enthusiasts.
Council officers had suggested bulldozing The Groves and using the land to build houses which could go towards meeting the quota of new homes needed in the coming years.
The Government was hell-bent on bulldozing through savage social welfare cuts and only a bunch of wobbly independents stood in its way.
It follows the bulldozing of a seven-year-old Sandbanks house to make way for four detached properties.
I must reply to the article dated January 24, regarding the bulldozing of Taff and Crescent Street, Merthyr Vale.
Bulldozing through rubble and building debris can do some real damage to the excavator's drive wheels, belt guides, scraper bars and drive belts.
Bolde, who worked on getting community support for the voter-approved bond measure that is paying for the modernization, said the communty will be pleased when all the bulldozing is done.
Along city streets some contractors are bulldozing oaks and other trees with hanging debris rather than take the time to manage them.