Antonyms for drubbed

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He took what I could get for him, and then turned and drubbed me for getting it.'

And the other Sosie was also wide-awake, when he drubbed me so well.

Sure as eggs is eggs, that is the very blackguard I drubbed for his insolence!

Besides, had I not drubbed my cousin Matthew and that, as they say, with authority?

You must have read in the newspapers how old Ali drubbed Chosrew, and soundly, too, faith!

But this I plainly perceive, that he cited me like an angel, and drubbed me like a devil.

If ye'd left her to me, I'd a drubbed her till she wouldn't think of Tarrytown.

The Guardians were drubbed in trenchant leaders and indignant letters.

Hetty drubbed with her little foot, and looked at the young man sitting before her—strong, idle, melancholy.

He, Mike Murphy, had bullied the Governor—had drubbed him and chased him and worried the life out of him.