Antonyms for clubbed

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Peters clubbed Tremont's foot from the tank rack he had hooked with the toe.

Standing back to back, Manthis and Jack clubbed their guns and held their ground.

It was clubbed, and it carried some lingering vestiges of powder.

Some used stones, and some their clubbed muskets, retiring unwillingly.

He remembered how often he had starved it, clubbed it until it could barely stand.

Even as he thought that, the machine swung a clubbed metal arm.

I crept up behind him and clubbed my revolver, hitting him on the head with it.

Here they were to be clubbed by Banderah and his people, and the bodies thrown into the swamp.

We fired as long as we could load, and then made an onset with clubbed muskets.

The police charged the crowd and clubbed them without mercy.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., "shaped like a club," from club (n.). Specifically of defects of the foot by c.1500; meaning "formed into a club" is from 1620s.