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clobbered

slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really clobbered!

clobbered

mod. alcohol intoxicated. He’s the kind of guy who goes home and gets clobbered after work.
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They have already clobbered business with the National Insurance contributions (rise) but in an ideal world we would like them to cut taxes on business.
She clobbered Jenkins on the head, shoved him, broke his glasses, grabbed his microphone and tossed it away.
The sector has been clobbered by rising interest rates, concerns about Y2K events and a slowdown in mega-bank deals, but 1999's Financial Services Modernization Act opens the door to big business among banking, insurance, and securities divisions--and big potential profits for investors.
Nobody likes to get clobbered, but these tackles might feel better knowing that smart physics will keep them standing.
Spokesman Graham Sharpe said: "We made a big mistake 30-odd years ago when we offered 1,000-1 about men walking on the moon and got clobbered.
Those who purchased properties towards the end of the rise at ten to fifteen times rent rolls "missed the boat and really got clobbered," Hauspurg said.
We are getting clobbered in more than 75 percent of our manufacturing businesses, from semiconductors to steel.
Lady Thatcher clobbered families with a hefty VAT rise in 1979 and Mr Cameron would copy his heroine in 2010.
Tower, once a stunning success story, got clobbered by discounters, Internet sellers and the digital downloading phenomenon on the Internet.
HARD-UP seniors are being clobbered with sky-high taxes keeping them rooted in the lowest income bracket, according to shock new figures.
Or he could have said drunk as a lord, drunk as a skunk, trollied, legless, mashed, mullered, blotto, out of my tree, rat-arsed, Brahms & Liszt, shedded, sozzled, rubbered, clobbered, wellied, pickled, inebriated, full of loud- mouth soup, squiffy, stinko, kaylied, off my head, newted, bombed, popped, sauced, wrecked or hooched.
Some hybrid funds, like Fidelity's Asset Manager, got clobbered, suffering a 6.
The university's Energy and Environment Research Center also got clobbered.
A WOMAN in New York had her fridge exorcised because she claimed the spooky icebox glowed in the night, made scary noises and deliberately clobbered her with shelf-loads of food.