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adjective as in befuddled

adjective as in wrecked

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In 2022, at the big brunch bash you’ve cooked for all your friends, you probably won’t want to serve bowls of grayish oatmeal speckled with chia seeds and chunky peanut butter.

From Eater

We had a bash at creating a guide to what’s in and what’s out when it comes to office spaces, workplace culture and more.

From Digiday

Instead of a big office bash, Vox Media and BuzzFeed will both host smaller, team-specific gatherings on Zoom.

From Digiday

Janeane Garofalo bashed President George W. Bush so much over the invasion of Iraq that it likely cost her her own ABC sitcom.

Cheney tacitly bashed Paul last month, saying an “increasing strain of isolationism” is taking over their party.

The assassins apparently first bashed the car Fornari was driving several times, finally pushing it into a guardrail.

Before the State of the Union began, Texas Republican Randy Weber bashed Obama as a "socialistic dictator" on Twitter.

A bright blue storefront, heavily pockmarked with gunfire, is the backdrop to a wrecked, bullet-bashed car.

Here's Bo's'n, he's bashed in his skipper's skull and cut and run for it.

Long Kirby selected a small man in the crowd, and bashed his hat down over his eyes.

It don't seem to matter, like, just getting bashed in the mouth—not if your chin's all right.

Off your feet, till you bashed your crown against the hard fact of orthodox opinion.

It was puzzling, but it could have explained why Ned was lying slumped on the sand with a bashed-in skull.


On this page you'll find 452 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bashed, such as: intoxicated, inebriated, plastered, plowed, sloshed, and soused.

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