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It covered my hitting a girl in Ohio with my car, hard enough to clobber her.

I don't want to spend them fighting off attempts to clobber me every thirty seconds.

I suggest to you, Brassbound, that the clobber belongs to Lady Sis.

And then whatever bully boys you're running will clobber us?

The clobber decoration is not alone in enamel colours or gold, but even lacquer is used for the same purpose.

Clobber, klob′ėr, n. a paste used by shoemakers to hide the cracks in leather.

We can't get them and all their clobber in the limber and, if I know 'em, they won't be parted from their belongings.

Redbrook: you pack that clobber in the lady's portmanteau, and put it aboard the yacht for her.

Bey said, "If we can stop waxing philosophic for a while and get back to how most efficiently to clobber these Arabs—"

It was evident that we were being driven and so long as we went to their satisfaction they weren't going to clobber us.

WORD ORIGIN

1941, British air force slang, probably related to bombing; possibly echoic. Related: Clobbered; clobbering. In late 19c. British slang the word principally had to do with clothing, e.g. clobber (n.) "clothes," (v.) "to dress smartly;" clobber up "to patch old clothes for reuse."

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