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To be like a bull in a china shop is a simile used to describe an extremely rough or dangerous person in a place where gentleness is a must.

It brings to mind the image of a huge rodeo bull exploding into a tiny curio store and throwing his weight around in a beserk rage, annihilating every last teacup.
The huge wrestler burst into the house, knocking pictures off the wall like a bull in a china shop.
by #667 July 14, 2009
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