He was once so uncompromising—self-confident, supporters said—they called him The bulldozer.
Conflicting accounts have her either falling back and getting sucked under the bulldozer or being hit head one.
May I recommend the one featuring a picture of the dome from The Dome of the Rock being demolished by a Caterpillar bulldozer?
He founded a successful construction company—with "one bulldozer," he likes to brag.
Soldiers, settlers, and bulldozer drivers have also mercilessly targeted civilians.
A bulldozer stood abandoned on it, brand-new and in perfect order, with the smell of gasoline and oil about it.
The bulldozer was teetering at the edge of the cliff as he saw it, right above him.
He reached the bulldozer and turned south, and at long last reached the highway.
The burrow had been excavated by lemmings on a mound of earth thrown up by a bulldozer.
Prosaically, a bulldozer lowered its wide blade some fifty yards from the ship.