- n. Plural form of punchbag.
“The violence is smashed home, in stylised fashion: in their Henry VI sequence – "Rose Rage" – cabbages were crunched by axes when heads were severed; here punchbags are thwacked when soldiers attack, and buckets of red liquid sloshed around as men are gashed to death.”
“I do get annoyed at scum who see us as being punchbags, knowing fine well they will get off scot-free with any police assault charges come court day. on January 3, 2007 at 5: 35 pm | Reply pcsouthwest”
“From the palaestra came the low thunking sound of sand-filled punchbags being rapidly hit.”
“More thumps and whacks of punchbags, weights, and wooden swords on dummy targets.”
“Down among the punchbags, all political differences are set aside, he tells AFP, clad in a black T-shirt and long sweat pants.”
“Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper told the conference ministers were treating them like "punchbags".”
“Each year, you will spend about 1,824 minutes waiting at stops, don't waste time, please have a few punches on our pressure-releasing pillars,' say the punchbags.”
“Of course, Stoke's stubborn pragmatism has yet to be overcome this afternoon and Wigan will refuse to think of themselves as punchbags.”
“I've got one of those big punchbags somewhere in the garage, might have to hunt for that next weekend”
“Close observers can see evidence of such things even during blowouts. email shite artcle, at least have the dececy to report on dodson-quiqley which was a belter. price or fury will never get past european level, just another 2 over hyped heavies who between them have fought 5 punchbags between them.”
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