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banderilla a long, barbed, often decorated dart that a banderillero sticks into the neck or shoulder of a bull.
banderillero a matador's assistant who helps goad the bull by sticking banderillas into it.
bellow to make the deep, loud cry of a bull. [2/5 definitions]
Boston terrier an American terrier originally crossbred from a bulldog and a bull terrier, with a pug face, erect ears, short tail, and a short brindle or black coat with white markings on the face, chest, and forelegs.
bull1 of, concerning, or like a bull, esp. in size or strength. [1/9 definitions]
bull- of or like a bull. [1/2 definitions]
bullfight a ceremonial sport practiced esp. in Spain and Mexico in which banderilleros and picadors first goad and tire a specially bred bull, and then a matador with a cape and sword provokes the bull into charging him several times, and finally kills it.
bullish resembling a bull in size or power. [1/3 definitions]
bullock a bull that has been gelded; steer. [2 definitions]
Europa in Greek mythology, a princess whom Zeus, in the form of a bull, abducted and seduced. [1/2 definitions]
horn to butt or strike with the horns, as a bull. [1/6 definitions]
John Bull a typical Englishman or a personification of the English government or people, after the main character in the eighteenth-century allegory History of John Bull by John Arbuthnot.
matador the person who fights and attempts to kill the bull with a sword in a bullfight.
Minotaur in Greek mythology, a monster that is half bull and half man, confined in the Cretan Labyrinth.
moment of truth the precise moment in a bullfight when the bullfighter moves to kill the bull. [1/2 definitions]
muleta in bullfighting, a short red cape used by a matador to guide the bull just before the kill.
Taurus a winter zodiacal constellation located between Aries and Gemini and near Orion, and containing the bright star Aldebaran, the Crab Nebula, and two star clusters, the Pleiades and the Hyades; Bull. [1/3 definitions]
veronica2 a bullfighting maneuver in which the matador stands still and slowly swings an open cape in front of the charging bull.