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Although Canadians were anxious for trade relations, they were not willing to be bludgeoned into accepting one-sided terms.
THE CANADIAN DOMINIONOSCAR D. SKELTON
Bludgeoned a captain on his ship but the man's wife held on to him and yelled till rescue came.
PORT O' GOLDLOUIS JOHN STELLMAN
Bludgeoned by obvious hints the stranger excused himself, and as soon as he was gone my companion leaned towards me.
At nine, all pretense is dropped that its still daylight and colours lie bludgeoned--extinguished in the dark.
THE LAND OF LOOK BEHINDPAUL CAMERON BROWN
With this new and triple-headed engine Britain was to be bludgeoned into submission.
THE FLEETS BEHIND THE FLEETW. MACNEILE (WILLIAM MACNEILE) DIXON
The Jew was captured in his own house, dragged forth, and bludgeoned to death.
BYGONE LONDONFREDERICK ROSS
He had been bludgeoned in the most brutal manner imaginable.
CLEEK OF SCOTLAND YARDTHOMAS W. HANSHEW
Aylmer began to feel as if his wits as well as his body had been bludgeoned.
THE PURSUITFRANK (FRANK MACKENZIE) SAVILE
What I fear is that he will be bludgeoned on the street some dark night, or involved in a one-sided duel.
The nearer of the two mechanics went down like lead, the second, seeing his companion bludgeoned out of the air, turned and ran.

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