- clobberclobbered کیاclobberingclobbers
Noun(1) informal terms for personal possessions
Verb(1) strike violently and repeatedly(2) beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight
(1) The first thing that Coach did when we entered the huddle was clobber Zeke in a huge bear hug.(2) If Mac ever learns of this, he is going to clobber me.(3) Most people would do one of two things: leave, or grab a baseball bat and clobber whatever it was that wasn't supposed to be there.(4) There, when one side clobbers the other, the response is clobber back.(5) if he does that I'll clobber him!(6) You never know what might be coming to clobber you.(7) Once again, it proposes to clobber the motorist.(8) I found all his clobber in the locker(9) A crash was on the way, Baker pointed out, and it would financially clobber many working people.(10) The hard lesson here is to fly your own flight even when you ├ö├ç├┐know├ö├ç├û the lead gaggle is up ahead and clobbering you.(11) It's unclear how many users were clobbered by the assault.(12) ├ö├ç├┐You are this close to making me run over to the White House and clobbering you,├ö├ç├û she warned.(13) Whatever the reason for ATLA's no-show, the resulting press clobbered trial lawyers.(14) Mrs. Joe is Pip's sister, who raises Pip with a heavy hand and is a generally unpleasant woman until a mysterious intruder clobbers her with an iron shackle.(15) In that start at Belmont Park, she clobbered eight rivals to win by 8 Ôö¼ÔòØ lengths.(16) She clobbered me in another hug, and I gave myself another kick.
1. stuff ::
2. bat ::
3. thrash ::
4. cream ::
5. drub ::
6. lick ::
Different Formsclobber, clobbered, clobbering, clobbers
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