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trounce

(trɑʊnts)
tv. to beat someone; to outscore someone. (Sports.) Western trounced Eastern for the tenth year in a row.
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It may be 10 grand more, but it trounces my twin-turbo diesel Range Rover on acceleration and has another 20mph at the top end, yet returns about the same mpg.
The Let's Note W2 also trounces the former world champ at being incredibly light [yet having a built-in optical drivel, which was the combo drive-toting X10 from Samsung, weighing in at 1.9kg but having a 14.1-inch display.
lCollingwood (Neville Crump/Colin Hawkins) gains his seventh win of the year when he trounces Ross Royal (Jack Peacock/Sam Morshead) in the three-mile chase at Worcester.
lOwner Edwin Cohen enjoys his first success in 17 years as Wings Cove (Lady Herries) trounces Lake Poopo (Barry Hills/Darryll Holland) in the mile-and-six handicap at Sandown.
Pinup boy Peter Johnson easily trounces raindrops on roses in Weber's scorecard of favorite things, a list that also extols late lesbian cabaret storm trooper Frances Faye, world explorer Sir Wilfred Thesiger, and queen fashionista Diana Vreeland.
"Alex Donis's work trounces across the barriers that divide love from hate, black from white, East from West, the sacred from the profane, and the physical from the spiritual," writes Coco Fusco, an artist and cultural theorist.