bouncer

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bouncer

A person (usually a strong one) whose job is to oust troublemakers or reject unwelcome people from a bar, club, or similar setting. Come on, the bouncer will never let two dweebs like us in. The bouncer is going to throw us out if you keep dancing on the tables like that.

bouncer

n. a strong man hired to eject unruly people from a bar or similar place. (People supposedly bounce when thrown out.) I saw the bouncer looking at me, and I got out of there fast.
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A bouncer, with an immense load of business upon his hands, plunged about in the crowd, dragging bashful strangers to prominent chairs, ordering waiters here and there and quarreling furiously with men who wanted to sing with the orchestra.
Afghanistan's Hashmatullah Shahidi loses his balance after ducking a bouncer during the Cricket World Cup match between Afghanistan and Australia at Bristol County Ground in Bristol, England, Saturday, June 1, 2019.
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The new figures come four months after a German football hooligan was left with serious brain damage when a bouncer stamped on his head during a brawl in Liverpool city centre.
A bouncer then grabbed him from behind and wrestled him to the ground.
A woman in Liverpool was filmed taking a swing at a bouncer outside of Hardy's Bar on Easter Sunday.
McGhee said: "The situation was exacerbated by the intervention of what I would call a bouncer. Not even a steward.
Yet the Australian crowd gave it a cheerful welcome when David Warner was greeted with a bouncer in the fourth over of the match.
KARACHI -- Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad said Thursday he was shocked by the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who died in Sydney after being hit on the head off a bouncer in Sheffield Shield match.
Pehalwan, 37, started as a bouncer in 1995 and now has his own security agency that facilitates recruitment of bouncers at most of the high-profile pubs in the Capital.
DETECTIVES hunting a thug who attacked a bouncer with a hammer outside a Broad Street nightclub have released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to.
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