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- bull-like (more common)
Relatively recent (late 20th century) spelling of bull-like.
- 1973, J. A. B. van Buitenen (tr.), The Mahābhārata: Book 1, p. 314:
- So these bulllike men queried the brahmin, O king, and he told them the entire story of the birth of Draupadí.
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- Acting in a manner similar to a bull.
- He was breathing bulllike from anger.
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