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noun as in abuse against a group or individual based on identity or ideological beliefs

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In the musk ox brains, a form of a protein called tau had accumulated in patterns that suggested brain bashing was to blame.

Harry’s father came in for another bashing during a lengthy podcast interview in which Harry said that he had inherited, “genetic pain,” from his dad, who had inherited the same from his parents, the queen and Prince Philip.

Bashing commercialism at a commercial gathering would be ridiculous.

Not that the panel was one giant bashing of the male-dominated comedy world.

Jazz lovers who had taken exception to the previous bashing were told to lighten up, and stop complaining.

Dame Diana Rigg, who plays Lady Olenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones, has turned tales of critical bashing into a delightful play.

Republicans and Democrats love bashing lobbyists on the stump.

But his resistance should be secret and not open, for a while; there should be no more "bashing" than was absolutely necessary.

A few seconds later, I tripped over a steel staircase, bashing my shins.

Nick continued to ponder the strange men and the woman he was coming home to, but it was like bashing his head against a wall.

I was given post at the gates, where for ten minutes my fellows was kept pretty busy bashing 'em and throwing 'em out.

What a terrible thing, if Bert had found out you was in there and put him up to bashing your face.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bashing, such as: assault, attack, beating, censure, charge, and hounding.

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