Clobber (verb)

  1. Hit or beat someone or something violently.
  2. Damage or destroy something by hitting it with great force.


From the old english clobb(e)rian, of imitative origin. the term clobber was first used in the early 19th century as slang for hitting or beating someone or something.


  1. He clobbered the thief with a baseball bat.
  2. The wind clobbered the house during the storm.
  3. The boxer clobbered his opponent in the first round.
  4. The car was clobbered by a truck.
  5. The thief clobbered the guard and escaped.
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