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clobbered

mod. alcohol intoxicated. He’s the kind of guy who goes home and gets clobbered after work.
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Wear it flimsy for evening or around the neck as a faux fur scarf - either way you'll be keeping the company of people who can afford Moschino, Dior and YSL clobber.
Teenager Jack Osbourne looks as if he has aged 20 years in his businessman clobber and naff hairdo.
A WEE birdie tells me Charlie Nicholas has been slagging off my clobber from our days together at Clyde.
Expensive clobber is all well and good but not if it's at risk from the combined forces of Weetabix and Crayolla felt tips.
It looks space-age but feels Louis XVI, as the elite clobber their crowns on the vast modular overhead compartment and the clunky tray table folds away with the swiftness of a guillotine .
Alan Shearer's clobber was like something Dickie Davies would have worn on World of Sport, Graeme Souness looked like a picture negative with his black and white gear and Patrick Kluivert was like Huggy Bear with his tight black leather jeans on.
The T-shirt was among Christian clobber on show at Manchester's G-Mex Centre in the church's alternative to London Fashion Week.
I often still see attractive men who smile very invitingly in that way I've acted on ninety times in the past, but I have a lover now and, while I don't think he'd clobber me, I know that my not remaining monogamous would hurt him.
Liam said: "Pretty Green is timeless, classic clobber.
We wonder if the clobber had a (Hi Ho) silver lining.
It doesn't help that the former East17 singer looks like a schoolboy on a first date wearing clobber borrowed from his big brother.
If anybody were to violate a tech spec and not do what they're supposed to do, we would clobber them.