Origin of bludgeon
OTHER WORDS FROM bludgeonbludg·eon·er, bludg·eon·eer [bluhj-uh-neer], /ˌblʌdʒ əˈnɪər/, noun
How to use bludgeon in a sentence
Ludmila says that she attacked a policeman bludgeoning an elderly woman with a truncheon, but in vain—the woman died.
And shooting someone takes a lot less time than stabbing or bludgeoning them.There's Little We Can Do to Prevent Another Massacre|Megan McArdle|December 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Romney can distance himself from the bludgeoning being done in his name.Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich's Hypocrisy on Super PACs|Michael Waldman|December 21, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Goudeau, then 25, denied bludgeoning or otherwise hurting the woman, and claimed she made sexual advances toward him.
Forty years later, the movie has lost none of its bludgeoning power.
They had no desire to seem even remotely responsible for the bludgeoning of the Genevan ministers.A History of the Reformation (Vol. 2 of 2)|Thomas M. Lindsay
Elmira winced under this spiteful bludgeoning, but she rallied and came back at her antagonist.The Red Acorn|John McElroy
Nat's to pocket his bludgeoning, I suppose, and I am to bear the blame and lose my share.The Light of Scarthey|Egerton Castle
They staggered for a while, as if stunned by the bludgeoning of the disaster.Romain Rolland|Stefan Zweig
They are ready the waves, or the flames, or the bludgeoning burglar to fight.