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Synonyms for bouncer

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


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Bouncer laughed and coughed, and shut his eyes because of the cabbage smoke .
Bouncer would not confess that he had admitted anybody into the rabbit hole.
"My Uncle Bouncer has displayed a lamentable want of discretion for his years;" said Peter reflectively, "but there are two hopeful circumstances.
Bouncer had passed a sleepless night, and quarrelled again at breakfast.
Bouncer, very sulky, was huddled up in a corner, barricaded with a chair.
Bouncer's relief and Flopsy's joy when Peter and Benjamin arrived in triumph with the young family.
Bouncer. He was rather upon his dignity; but he accepted.
England's Jofra Archer used the bouncer very effectively, briefly putting Hashim Amla out of action.
BOUNCERS have been arrested over almost 100 violent and sexual crimes in Manchester city centre in the past three years, the M.E.N.
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In February, Cook County Judge James Karahalios found Reinhart guilty of an ordinance violation after he determined video surveillance showed her striking a Lamplighter bouncer. She was ordered to pay a $500 fine and $139 in court costs.
"A lad was getting marched out from the toilets by the bouncer and he was kicking off," claimed the boxing fan.