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synonyms for whaled

  • batter
  • buffet
  • chastise
  • knock
  • pummel
  • smack
  • baste
  • dash
  • drum
  • flagellate
  • flay
  • flog
  • hammer
  • hide
  • hit
  • horsewhip
  • lam
  • lather
  • pound
  • scourge
  • strap
  • strike
  • thrash
  • whale
  • wear out
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antonyms for whaled

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  • compliment
  • lose
  • praise
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    How to use whaled in a sentence

    The road was a bit cut up and sandy in places, but Clip whaled his machine along and they did a trifle better than thirty miles.
    MOTOR MATT'S "CENTURY" RUNSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
    I took a fast look around and fought the wheel of my car to turn aside, but he whaled into my tail and we went sliding forward.
    HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
    "Yes, unless he wants to get whaled half to death," sweetly answered the soft-voiced twin.
    HOPE HATHAWAYFRANCES PARKER
    They just ducked and punched and whaled away at each other until the blood began to spatter all over and still they kept at it.
    CONSCRIPT 2989IRVING CRUMP
    He saw no reason why he should not push on; and in the Egyptian obliquity of his heart, he 'whaled' his ass to a degree.
    THE KNICKERBOCKER, VOL. 10, NO. 6, DECEMBER 1837VARIOUS
    Since his death, I have grown to liking the man much better; in fact ever since I whaled him.
    VANDEMARK'S FOLLYHERBERT QUICK
    I nagged him some this morning, and he was ripe for anything when I whaled away with that rock.
    MOTOR MATT; OR, THE KING OF THE WHEELSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
    Denton whaled out a tremendous hit that had all the earmarks of a home run.
    BASEBALL JOE IN THE WORLD SERIESLESTER CHADWICK
    Then, having tried to work the portsider to the limit, he finally whaled out a safety.
    LEFTY LOCKE PITCHER-MANAGERBURT L. STANDISH
    I ricolleck one time I seed a big feller a bullyin' a po' little devil, an' I told him to quit an' he wouldn't, an' I whaled him.
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