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bully

any of various small freshwater fishes of the genera Gobiomorphus and Philynodon of New Zealand
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She was a shy girl and didn't speak up to her bullies, but I could tell something was wrong.
In our analysis of the novels, we were most interested in how the bullies, victims, and bystanders were depicted.
7) Employers were sometimes themselves the bullies, and when not, they sometimes diminished the bullying actions by discounting or rationalizing the behavior.
Three random-effects meta-analysis were performed and three groups of children were formed which were victims, bullies and bully-victims.
Boys tend to engage in cyberbullying, verbal bullying, and physical bullying more often than girls, but girls are social bullies more often than are boys.
But nearly 20 percent of bullies, more than 23 percent of victims, and more than 30 percent of those identified as both bullies and bullied ended up with mental issues that needed treatment later in life, the researchers found.
Because, like many bullies, she suffered at the hands of one before she became a bully herself.
Bullying and victimisation are highly prevalent among young people, and both bullies and victims exhibit negative outcomes (Stassen Berger, 2007).