Definition of Bully off
1. Verb. Start a game by a face-off.
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Literary usage of Bully off
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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"... oí two thirty or thirty-five minute periods, the two centre- > forwards " bully off " the ball in the middle Juai. of the field. ..."
2. Athletics and Out-door Sports for Women: Each Subject Being Separately (1903)
"The "bully off." First position. Regulation American Field Hockey Association sticks and balls, made from an English pattern, ..."
3. Mr. Britling Sees it Through by Herbert George Wells (1916)
"They were preparing to " bully off " and start the game. In a line with each of them were four other forwards. They all looked spirited and intent young ..."