We have just handed them the cudgel one more time, playing into the stereotype that Republicans are anti-women.
You have this privilege to be famous and you use it as a cudgel?
We all know Rudy can cudgel people—whether mob bosses, bad cops, parking-meter violators, or even his own supporters.
Gina Dominguez, the spokeswoman for Gov. Javier Duarte and his cudgel with the local press, resigned a mere three days later.
The insane, obscene, yawning difference between the pay of workers and bosses has long been used as a cudgel by labor groups.
Then, with what a gracious dexterity he brandishes his cudgel!
Skill with the rapier did not necessarily imply skill with the cudgel.
Not sorry to have a weapon in addition to his cudgel, Charlie placed it in his belt, and then started with the bandits.
Walter relieved his mind by returning, “Oh that I could cudgel the rogue soundly!”
He griped the cudgel in his right hand, and struck the dancers with might and main, just as the old man had done.
Old English cycgel "club with rounded head;" perhaps from PIE root *geu- "to curve, bend."
"to beat with a cudgel," 1590s, from cudgel (n.). Related: Cudgeled; cudgeling.