/ (klʌbd) /

  1. having a thickened end, like a club

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How to use clubbed in a sentence

  • Those who had Winchesters opened a wild though almost useless fire on the whites, then clubbed their guns.

    Ralph Granger's Fortunes | William Perry Brown
  • The other dogs had dived to the assistance of Sancho, and they brought the otter to the bank, where Jemmy clubbed it.

  • The legionaries turned once more toward the rabble, which they clubbed away, lest it might interrupt the execution.

    Let us follow Him | Henryk Sienkiewicz