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  • v. Present participle of bodyslam.


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  • Jeff Gordon and ended up banging into Busch, who retaliated by "bodyslamming" Johnson.

  • The bodyslamming in the opening sequence sets it all up: a bunch of dudes throwing themselves, penises tucked away, against each other and the world until it hurts.

    Heather Donahue: Sundance 2012: The Comedy

  • Spelling my neurosis to the Internet helps create my peace, and that's no more crazy than donning helmets and bodyslamming on ice, than blind-dating, than bungee jumping naked.

    blog: Year in Review

  • She would overload with anxiety and respond with full-bore physical violence — punching, bodyslamming, head-butting.

    ‘Mutually Abusive’

  • U2 and Green Day set the stage and the New Orleans Saints took to the field, bodyslamming their big rival, the Atlanta Falcons.

    CNN Transcript Sep 26, 2006

  • He was known for bodyslamming several quarterbacks and drew attention for a helmet-first late hit from behind on Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray. rss feed

  • OTTAWA - In the lower level of a building where bettors fret about things such as exactors and triactors, where busloads of casino-goers stuff slot machines full of 20-dollar bills - sweat-soaked men are hip - tossing and bodyslamming each other.

    Ottawa Sun

  • It's still an average match at best, ending with Undertaker no-selling an Avalanche, bodyslamming Bundy, hitting a jumping clothesline and then getting the pin.


  • Toughen up dude. wdkhukefue The stuff about teachers bodyslamming is sensationalist.


  • He has spent the last three years swimming among bathers off the New Zealand coast, becoming something of a celebrity for his antics, stealing surfboards and bodyslamming humans.



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