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Synonyms for bludgeon

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to domineer or drive into compliance by the use of as threats or force, for example

Synonyms for bludgeon

a club used as a weapon

overcome or coerce as if by using a heavy club

strike with a club or a bludgeon

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As his handlers have discovered, his manner makes him effective on the attack--he is a bludgeoning machine--but it also makes him a little creepy.
TOKYO: A US Marine was yesterday charged with murder in the bludgeoning death of another Marine on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa.
He's beginning to sound a lot like Reagan and is prone to sheer linguistic bludgeoning. Quantity not quality.
His injuries are thought to have been inflicted as the former Newcastle student tried to protect his head from the relentless bludgeoning by his killer, or killers.
Stone, 46, was given life in 2001 for bludgeoning Lin Russell and her daughter Megan to death.
He collected 35 Champions Race points by bludgeoning his way to victory over fellow big-server Alexander Popp.
Townsley has been given a crack at London puncher Wayne Alexander, who is making the first defence of the title he won by bludgeoning Cardiff's Paul Samuels to defeat way back in February last year.
[Laughs] But we do suspect that some in the media are guilty of elevating Phelps to the level of serious critic and thereby bludgeoning the whole conservative movement with his message, which we reject.
Yet it often seems that his idea of a dialogue is standing before those who have differing views and bludgeoning them until they capitulate.
THE killer Kennedy cousin who was jailed for bludgeoning a teenager to death has turned to creating art.
THE jury in the trial of three men accused of bludgeoning two men to death has been discharged.