bashed


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bashed

1. Battered or crushed. A: "Yikes, this box got totally bashed in transit." B: "Yeah, I hope nothing inside broke."
2. slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really bashed!
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bashed

(bæʃt)
1. mod. crushed; struck. Give me that bashed one, and I’ll straighten it out.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. All four of them went out and got bashed.
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In the elections of 1980 (Reagan/Carter), 2004 (Bush/Kerry), and 2008 (Obama/McCain), candidates that won the popular vote bashed their opponents more than their opponents bashed them.
People wearing "No on 9" buttons have been spit on and beaten, and pulled from their cars and bashed. Hateful messages have been spray-painted on buildings and sidewalks.
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For them to get bashed just because I'm their friend is very painful for me.'
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