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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of bludgeon.

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Examples

  • He tries to offset Boehner's criticisms by pointing out that the GOP kept the votes on the prescription drug bill for hours so that their members could be "bludgeoned" into supporting it -- I gather that contrasts favorable, in Hoyer's mind, to the process his colleagues are going through right now.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • He tries to offset Boehner's criticisms by pointing out that the GOP kept the votes on the prescription drug bill for hours so that their members could be "bludgeoned" into supporting it -- I gather that contrasts favorable, in Hoyer's mind, to the process his colleagues are going through right now.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • But I really did feel like this "little gem" of a film kind of bludgeoned me with the cliché stick, and so I feel obligated to speak out.

    DWARF STARS IN SHORT MOVIE (SNICKER)

  • Nonetheless, the Bush administration, in acquiescence to the Lobby, has "bludgeoned" its European partners to go along with its uncompromising support for the Jewish state despite all the obvious perils from it.

    The Power of Israel in the United States

  • Nonetheless, the Bush administration, in acquiescence to the Lobby, has "bludgeoned" its European partners to go along with its uncompromising support for the Jewish state despite all the obvious perils from it.

    The Power of Israel in the United States

  • (I don't know that she has been "bludgeoned" for it.

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  • "I spoke to help people ... and I'm getting bludgeoned from one end to the other."

    Analysis: Controversy looms again for Nat. Prayer Breakfast

  • "I spoke to help people ... and I'm getting bludgeoned from one end to the other."

    Analysis: Controversy looms again for Nat. Prayer Breakfast

  • This year, lawmakers, clergy, power brokers and diplomats will break bread under a disturbing pall cast by the Jan. 26 murder of David Kato, a well-known gay activist who was bludgeoned to death in his home in Kampala.

    Analysis: Controversy looms again for Nat. Prayer Breakfast

  • This year, lawmakers, clergy, power brokers and diplomats will break bread under a disturbing pall cast by the Jan. 26 murder of David Kato, a well-known gay activist who was bludgeoned to death in his home in Kampala.

    Analysis: Controversy looms again for Nat. Prayer Breakfast

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