Five days before that, Romney had clobbered Rick Santorum in the Republican presidential debate.
“He lost a lot of donors; he was clobbered by conservative funders,” says Haskins.
Reagan and the GOP still got clobbered in the 1982 midterm elections, largely because the country was in deep recession.
Bill Clinton overreached at first, Kerrey notes, and members of the House and Senate got clobbered for it in 1994.
Besides, while he was clobbered in Florida, there were a couple of things for him to cling to in the exit polling.
To even suggest that all necessary information isn't contained therein, is enough to have you clobbered.
Priests of Ismar, and when Ed clobbered the idol Pakriaa did consider having 'em all burned alive.
"And get clobbered in the stampeding around between the two great powers," Kenny said dryly.
It was Hollingwood, the metallurgist, looking unhappy with a tremendous bruise on his head where Wayne had clobbered him.
And something about the size of Luna came out of nowhere and clobbered me on the occiput.
1941, British air force slang, probably related to bombing; possibly echoic. Related: Clobbered; clobbering. In late 19c. British slang the word principally had to do with clothing, e.g. clobber (n.) "clothes," (v.) "to dress smartly;" clobber up "to patch old clothes for reuse."
Drunk: those who are, to use a word presently popular with the younger drinking set, clobbered (1950s+)