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  • n. Plural form of clobber.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clobber.


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  • A majority (55%) think he would be the riskier choice for president, less than half of respondents say he doesn't share their values and background, and McCain clobbers him on experience and commander-in-chief questions.

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  • TODD: Well, she kind of clobbers him on that score as well.

    CNN Transcript Apr 4, 2008

  • As mentioned above, the Nuclear Tomahawk will not arm the warhead unless the onboard guidance computer successfully complete seven of nine contour matches - a condition precluded if the missile "clobbers" early in flight before the seventh match.


  • In the scene he states he'd give a $100 for the first member of his team (the Charlestown Chiefs) that "clobbers" McCracken, and almost immediately one of his players


  • It more or less clobbers whatever content is currently in your tab with a new frameset.

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  • And then a third player emerges, a man so fast, flexible and efficient that he clobbers them both—and everybody else.

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  • Piper Amber Heard may look like an angel, but her language could strip paint, and she clobbers her fiance when she finds him in bed with another woman.

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  • LJ's community driven structure really clobbers blogger. com.

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  • Top 2nd: Delmon Young strikes out, but then Jhonny Peralta clobbers another solo home run into almost exactly the same spot as Cabrera.

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  • He clobbers a defender out the way on a chip block, takes a pass from Rivers on a crossing route and then flattens another opponent before finally being dragged down by Chris Harris.

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