verb (used with object), bul·ly·ragged, bul·ly·rag·ging.
Origin of bullyrag
Examples from the Web for bullyrag
On Sunday he allowed Mrs. Davis to bullyrag him into a tentative engagement.What's-His-Name|George Barr McCutcheon
He was a born boss, and loved to command, and to jaw and dispute with inferiors and harry them and bullyrag them.Following the Equator, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Dared you break the crust and bullyrag 'em—hot, fierce and angry, what wide beaks buzz plain Saxon as ever spoke Witenagemot!Figures of Earth|James Branch Cabell
I've seen him bullyrag a poor devil in the box until he caused him to say just what he wanted.Step Lively!|George Niblo
Bullyrag, to abuse or scold vehemently; to swindle one out of money by intimidation and sheer abuse.The Slang Dictionary|John Camden Hotten