verb (used with object) Slang.
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Origin of clobber1
Words nearby clobber
Definition for clobber (2 of 4)
noun British, Australian Slang.
Origin of clobber2
Definition for clobber (3 of 4)
verb (used with object)
Origin of clobber3
Definition for clobber (4 of 4)
noun, verb (used without object) South Midland and Southern U.S.
regional variation note for clobber
Example sentences from the Web for clobber
Corbin repeatedly missed his spots by a few ball-widths — so far off the plate that no one chases or so much over the middle that everyone clobbers.Should the Nationals be worried about their Big Three starters? Stay tuned.|Thomas M. Boswell|April 15, 2021|Washington Post
Natalia Ruiz started realizing the coronavirus was going to clobber her catering business when she was forced to discard a whole refrigerator of Jabugo ham, smoked salmon and foie gras.Has covid killed trade shows? Barcelona bets on a comeback|Jeanne Whalen|March 5, 2021|Washington Post
How can you talk about conciliation and bipartisanship…and then go out there and rip and snort and clobber the House Republicans?
So does Christie really think he could clobber President Obama in 2012?
It was evident that we were being driven and so long as we went to their satisfaction they weren't going to clobber us.Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
And it anybody tries to slug you back, like I did just now, duck it and clobber him in another unprotected spot.Masters of Space|Edward Elmer Smith
Now to get rid of this respectable clobber and feel like a man again.
I suggest to you, Brassbound, that the clobber belongs to Lady Sis.
Bey said, "If we can stop waxing philosophic for a while and get back to how most efficiently to clobber these Arabs—"Border, Breed Nor Birth|Dallas McCord Reynolds