The Republican senator took a drubbing in his own state from Democratic strategist Pat Caddell.
Her Food Network-colleague Guy Fieri opened a new restaurant and Times Square and received a drubbing in The New York Times.
But it's because he declared war on his base while doing so that he'll still face a drubbing this fall.
She took a drubbing, fielding accusations of self-aggrandizement from the financial press and fans alike.
As big a drubbing as NBC took in those final shows, apparently they feared it could be worse.
I hoped that drubbing Beric gave you a few days after he joined us would have done you good, but I don't see that it has.
Then shall he not go without a ducking and eke a drubbing himself!
He laughed, and replied, that after the drubbing we had given the red rascals they would not venture to come near us.
Now and then a drubbing, but who pays any attention to such things!
Not knowing what else to do, I have given him a drubbing whose appearance I took.
1630s (in an Oriental travel narrative), probably from Arabic darb "a beating," from daraba "he beat up" (see discussion in OED). Related: Drubbed; Drubbing.
Beating or total defeat: drubbing by the rival team (1760s+)