Examples of bruiser in a Sentence
That boy is going to be a bruiser when he grows up!
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High-scoring and physical, Liddell is a bruiser of a power forward who was Illinois' Mr. Basketball this past season.
Wayne Rooney and Sir Bobby Charlton scored more, Alan Shearer and Michael Owen were more spectacular, and 1950s bruiser Nat Lofthouse and Edwardian era stars Steve Bloomer and Vivian Woodward had better goals to game ratios.
One of the University of Miami's valuable inside bruisers is now in the NFL.
Under contract at the moment: second-year speedster Marlon Mack and third-down bruiser Robert Turbin, two capable runners in their own right.
Projecting as a small forward in the NBA, Porter Jr. is a physical bruiser who bullies his way to the rim and will have ideal size as a stretch forward capable of shooting from the outside.
The officials let the game turn physical and bruisers Bam Adebayo and James Johnson roughed up Griffin.
The player who could offer the most immediate help is Hill, a 6-7 bruiser who ended his junior college career averaging 20.9 points a game and 8.1 rebounds.
And the end of the season kind of sees a horrifying fruition for a character who's really put himself in a vulnerable space, and padded himself with his gang members and padded himself with a crew of bruisers and some goons.
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: a large, strong man
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