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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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If a one goal win is a trouncing, what would call a two-goal win?
Champagne corks were popping at Mumbles last night as they celebrated the Championship of division three south west in style, trouncing lowly Bryncoch 73-23.
Buoyed by a strengthening rental market, the value of Manhattan residential building sales jumped as well, trouncing last year's record of $8.1 billion.
X FACTOR triumphed in the battle of the talent shows at the weekend, trouncing How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?
Bastien Salabanzi became world champion for the third time in a row at the Dortmund event, trouncing hordes of Brazilians and the rest of the competition with his faultless, "I'm not sorry!" approach.
The Derbyshire Times reported the result and concluded this was a 'comprehensive trouncing' for Waltheof by Brampton Rovers.
Northop Hall Thirds suffered their heaviest defeat for two years in a 9-1 trouncing at Oxton Fifths.
And after a trouncing last November's elections, the Democrats' expectations for a 2004 comeback have been put in doubt by data showing that the party is losing the loyalty of its most faithful supporters--African Americans.
Aston Villa ended a run of three defeats in the FA Premier Reserve League by trouncing Everton 4-0 - but could have lost Peter Crouch for a fortnight.
"It is frustrating not to win but someone is going to get a trouncing here before too long."
A TEAM of lawyers from Cardiff firm Palser Grossman is celebrating the trouncing of legal rivals in the annual Welsh Three Peaks Race.
In the '80s this art played a role in an influential body of critical thinking about the simulacrum, the image trouncing the real, the solid melting to air.
Quinnell will lead his troubled troops out at the Millennium Stadium under new coach Steve Hansen looking to somehow make amends for the record Six Nations 54-10 trouncing by Ireland a fortnight ago.
I would like to respond to his comments on the Brummies getting a good 'trouncing' in their own backyard by the mighty Tamworth.
OLD ILLTYDIANS won the battle of the old boys in Division Five East with a 43-6 trouncing of Old Penarthians.