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Synonyms for trouncing

the act of inflicting corporal punishment with repeated blows

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Leaders Lampeter enjoyed a 44-7 trouncing of visitors New Dock Stars.
T Carlile refers to Scotland trouncing England just after the 1966 world cup.
Rovers are trouncing the hopeless hosts 4-0, running rings round them in the pouring rain, when an injury late on holds up play.
Could she and her distaff dancing chums actually do worse than a 5-0 trouncing in the Ashes?
Liverpool were trouncing Tranmere, but by the end, it was very close and Tranmere lost by just one point," he said.
X FACTOR triumphed in the battle of the talent shows at the weekend, trouncing How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?
A solid sportsman, he takes to the dirt track on triathlon bike rides and retains fond memories scoring winning touch downs in high school or simply trouncing the competition in wrestling championships.
There are now seven contestants left on the endlessly hyped amateur singing contest, which is in its fifth season and is trouncing all competition in its time slot.
Even after 6 days, half the bullies were still trouncing their nest mates.
Scott Aitken scored three tries and John Walters two as BOROUGHMUIR touched down ten times in trouncing LIVINGSTON 64-0.
BBC singing show Any Dream Will Do is trouncing its ITV rival in the betting turnover stakes, writes Phil Agius.
Lynwood is coming off an 88-35 first-round trouncing of Stockdale of Bakersfield.
JUST a week after trouncing England, Ireland and Wales in the Home Nations Shore Championships down at Holyhead, the Scotland team were all back in action to stake their claims to represent their country in 2006.
Northop Hall Thirds suffered their heaviest defeat for two years in a 9-1 trouncing at Oxton Fifths.
BRUISER John Prescott yesterday gave a victor- ious clenched fist salute after trouncing the Tories at Question Time.