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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of pummel.

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Examples

  • Today's ad of the day is not one ad but a series of attack ads in Alaska, where Republican write-in candidate Lisa Murkowski is getting pummeled from the left and the right as she seeks to keep her seat in the Senate.

    Ad of the day: The Murkowski attack ad pile-on

  • Toyota limped out of horrific 2010 where massive recalls pummeled sales.

    Auto Sales & Economy: December/2010 Sales Show Toyota's Resilience - CNBC

  • Toyota limped out of horrific 2010 where massive recalls pummeled sales.

    Auto Sales & Economy: December/2010 Sales Show Toyota's Resilience - CNBC

  • You're about to be verbally pummeled, which is kinda fitting, considering that's what you just tried to do to David.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • A friend of mine in the Republican circle used the word "pummeled" today, saying by outsiders, including friends saying you can't do this, you cannot put yourself out ahead of the people who have to make these decisions, like the Republicans in the Senate, that you do the party a disservice.

    CNN Transcript Jun 3, 2009

  • Alan Krans, an analyst with Technology Business Research, said the restructuring announced last quarter should help the company avoid being "pummeled," as it was during the last economic downturn, when it had huge losses on sharp sales declines.

    EMC Says Tech Outlook Is Murky

  • IDF drops warning leaflets in Gaza after mortar barrage on Israel Israel "pummeled" by a "barrage" of mortar shells.

    Mike Power's 'Not A Blog'

  • The two teams have to dig out a raft, row to a pier, rescue a dummy while being pummeled by some random camo-faced dude on the pier ( 'pummeled' only has one 'l'? let's make a note of that), row back and then drag the raft and dummy along the beach while Harvey Walden IV fires a water cannon at them.

    Maximum Awesome

  • U.S. Attorney Gregory Brower acknowledges in an interview that, up till now, his lawyers have sometimes been "pummeled" in court in this case.

    CNN.com

  • But have you ever wondered about the person who plays the sacrificial bad guy in those drills, ultimately getting "pummeled" to protect and serve the public?

    UFC Press Releases

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