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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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Critique: A superbly crafted and wonderfully entertaining mystery that is a truly compulsive page-turner of a read from cover to cover, "Peach Clobbered" by Anna Gerard is unreserved recommended for both dedicated mystery buffs and community library Mystery/Suspense collections.
She clobbered one of the thieves on the back of the moped leading to the driver to crash to the ground.
Background: The company has been clobbered hard by the housing downturn both here and in the US and investors will be looking for signs that markets are bottoming out.
Alex Salmond clobbered Wendy Alexander with a few choice put-downs in a no-holds-barred First Minister's Questions session yesterday.
He said: "Schools pick up the message that they will be clobbered if their technology is not up to scratch but no one looks at books."
Everybody got clobbered pretty good, and so people tightened up."
The disks are a sign that newborn planets are being clobbered by asteroids and that the asteroids--planet-formation leftovers--are banging together (SN: 10/,9/04, p.
She also discovers she's a huge witch who's hated by almost everyone and that Poise is being clobbered by a competitor.
Henderson, who may also run Iris Royal in the Kempton feature, feels Irish Hussar was "clobbered" when being put up 12lb for running a three-quarter-length second to Shooting Light in the Aon Chase at Newbury this month.
He did an Irish jig and the Moonwalk before being clobbered by a player and carried off the field by police.
'I got clobbered a few times and it was a physical game,' said Wood.
The winter tourism industry around Lake Superior has been clobbered this winter as a result of above normal temperatures and a lack of snow.
She clobbered Jenkins on the head, shoved him, broke his glasses, grabbed his microphone and tossed it away.
As for Brookings' author Terry Moe, I must disclose that I clobbered him in a debate several years ago on National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation show on the subject of his 1990 book, Politics, Markets, and America's Schools, a propaganda clunker touting school vouchers.
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.