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clobbered

slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really clobbered!
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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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| Victoria Beckham, left, is selling some of her iconic wardrobe items to raise cash for charity | Victoria Beckham, left, is selling some of her iconic wardrobe items to raise cash for charity FANCY some posh clobber? Victoria Beckham has had a closet detox and is selling off some of her most iconic outfits for charity.
But not just any old toss, like the ones you see at demos where one pack of stickers is tossed and you get to watch 20 kids and BMPs clobber each other for 10 minutes.
To help clobber the pests, McInnis breeds sterile (infertile) males of the melon fly in the lab.
MAMFW officials, setting the bar high, demolished and recast one slightly imperfect wall with no prompting from the architect and at a cost of $90,000, and there's a story going around that Ando (a former amateur boxer) had to clobber one worker who stubbed out a cigarette on a freshly minted surface.
11 attacks are likely to clobber reinsurance companies -- providers of the ultimate safety net -- but may win domestic insurers relief in the form of a huge loss-sharing pool for future terrorism-related coverage.
According to Ralph Boyd Jr., the administration's assistant attorney general for civil rights, more lawsuits against state and local police departments may be necessary in order to eradicate the supposed scourge of "racial profiling." "There may be people we need to clobber over the head, and if we need to clobber people over the head, we'll do that," Boyd told the July 26th Boston Globe.
He ignores the huge majority of commercial litigation in which companies use the courts to clobber each other.
Richard Onsongo, for the Law Society of Kenya, said the police service is liable since the blunt object used to clobber Pendo belonged to the institution.
In his appearance, the gangly rocker ditches his skinny jeans for 1990s clobber - with a bucket hat.
WHY is it that The Conservative Party always clobber the working classes?
So we thought we'd round things off (who knows, it might be snowing next week) with a trip to the celebs' favourite festival, V, to photograph them backstage looking proper daft in Union Jack clobber, and to find out what they think is the best thing about being a Brit.
Tonight, stars from Coronation Street, Doctors, EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks will don their finest clobber and take to the red carpet to celebrate one of the most eagerly awaited ceremonies in the TV calendar.
THE Tories faced fresh claims yesterday that they are planning to "clobber" ordinary families with a VAT hike if they win power at the election.
It seems like the more we cherish institutions like pubs, post offices and bingo halls, the more politicians seem determined to clobber them: with tax; by stripping away their services: or with draconian smoking bans.
AN armed gang stole paintings worth pounds 30million after donning carnival clobber as a disguise.