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verb as in hit, beat

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Dayton’s formula was to keep clobbering everyone in its way, and eventually the sheer quantity of victories became hard to ignore.

Red Sox slugger David Ortiz clobbered the ball this October.

Talk to people close to the administration, and you get the sense that their greater fear is being clobbered in Washington.

Watching the Republicans get clobbered among Hispanic voters apparently hastened the process.

“He lost a lot of donors; he was clobbered by conservative funders,” says Haskins.

One man clobbered alleged gunman Jared Loughner on the back of the head with a folding chair.

It was Hollingwood, the metallurgist, looking unhappy with a tremendous bruise on his head where Wayne had clobbered him.

And something about the size of Luna came out of nowhere and clobbered me on the occiput.

You fellows clobbered him, so now you can get him into the ship.

To even suggest that all necessary information isn't contained therein, is enough to have you clobbered.

"And get clobbered in the stampeding around between the two great powers," Kenny said dryly.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clobbered, such as: thrash, drub, smother, wallop, trim, and smash.

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