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Synonyms for bully

Synonyms for bully

one who is habitually cruel to smaller or weaker people

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

Synonyms for bully

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Childline get 20,000 calls a year from bullied youngsters, while the charity Kidscape receive 16,000 from the worried parents of bullied children.
1% of frequently bullied teenagers experienced depression for more than two years, compared with 4.
Your support of this campaign will make a significant difference in the lives of the many students who are bullied each day," said Julie Hertzog, executive director of PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center.
While more than 16,000 children are absent from school at anyone time because of bullying, more than half of six to 15-year-olds don't know how to get help if they're being bullied.
Being bullied is very common--but it's not normal, and it is certainly not okay.
Chestnuts gives parents the bullied child's perspective with mature insight and reflection.
Dubai: Around 40 per cent of students in Dubai private schools have been bullied, a survey featuring 500 students from three private schools in Dubai found.
Being bullied at the school can leave a greater impact on the child than originally thought, latest research out on Monday, says.
McMahon, a local actor and former All-State football player at Fitch High School and well known for performing as the Saxophone Santa at local venues around the holidays, said he was bullied as a kid because of his weight.
The stress caused to someone who is bullied, or to those who work in a climate of bullying, can result in psychological injuries such as anxiety and depression, and can workCover says.
A new study has shown that being bullied can scar a child for life.
On the sidelines of an anti-bullying event organised by the Canadian University of Dubai, Khaleej Times brings you insights from the bullies and the bullied, including Jordanian national Wail Huneidi, the first man to launch an anti-bullying website in the UAE.
Add to that, many bullied employees are afraid to report workplace bullying for fear of losing their jobs.