Definition of Bullheads

1. Noun. (plural of bullhead) ¹



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Definition of Bullheads

1. bullhead [n] - See also: bullhead

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bullheads

bullfightings
bullfights
bullfinch
bullfinches
bullfly
bullfrog
bullfrogs
bullgine
bullgines
bullhead
bullhead rail
bullhead rails
bullheaded
bullheadedly
bullheadedness
bullheads (current term)
bullhook
bullhooks
bullhorn
bullhorns
bulliable
bullied
bullier
bullies
bulliest
bulliform
bulling
bullings
bullion
bullionist

Literary usage of Bullheads

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1. American Food and Game Fishes: A Popular Account of All the Species Found in by David Starr Jordan, Barton Warren Evermann (1902)
"... RAFINESQUE The bullheads Body rather stout, the caudal peduncle much compressed ; head large and wide; mouth large, the upper jaw usually the longer; ..."

2. The Speckled Brook Trout (salvelinus Fontinalis) by Charles Hallock, Louis Rhead (1902)
"In the lakes referred to I found that the bullheads fairly swarmed, to the exclusion of all ... In other waters the bullheads would have sought for food, ..."

3. General Index to the Laws of the State of New York, 1902-1907, Both Dates by Archie Easton Baxter (1908)
"... quail, close season 519 1185 1903 Schoharie county, spearing and hooking suckers, bullheads, eels, and dogfish in 72 211 1903 Schoharie county, ..."

4. Brooklyn Daily Eagle Almanac (1918)
"bullheads—July 1- Dec. 31. Black Baas—Aug. 1-Dec. 15. ADDITIONAL PROTECTION PERIODS IN CURTAIN LOCALITIES. Orders now effective made by the Commission ..."

5. The Fisheries Exhibition Literature (1883)
"The genus Cottus, including the bullheads and that of Trigla, embracing the Gurnards or ... The bullheads, remarkable for their large, ungainly heads, ..."

6. Handbook of the Marine and Fresh Water Fishes of the British Islands by William Saville Kent, Edmund Willam Hunt Holdsworth, James Glass Bertram, Charles Edward Fryer, Sir Spencer Walpole (1883)
"The genus Cottus, including the bullheads and that of Trigla, embracing the ... The bullheads are exceedingly voracious fish, scarcely any animal organisms ..."

7. Handbook of Nature-study for Teachers and Parents, Based on the Cornell by Anna Botsford Comstock (1911)
"The family life of the bullheads and other catfishes seems to be quite ideal. Dr. Theodore Gill tells us that bullheads make their nests by removing stones ..."

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