Origin of trounce
OTHER WORDS FROM trouncetrouncer, nounun·trounced, adjective
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How to use trounce in a sentence
The new family of algorithms, appropriately dubbed “Go-Explore,” smashed notoriously difficult Atari games like Montezuma’s Revenge that were previously unsolvable by its AI predecessors, while trouncing human performance along the way.This AI Thrashes the Hardest Atari Games by Memorizing Its Best Moves|Shelly Fan|March 2, 2021|Singularity Hub
The Rams trounced the Seattle Seahawks because their defense provided a pick-six and dominated.What to know from NFL playoffs first round: Lamar Jackson wins and Tom Brady finds a way|Adam Kilgore|January 11, 2021|Washington Post
The speed of this progress—trouncing every land-speed record for vaccine development in history—has been nothing short of mind-blowing.20 Things That Went Strangely, Wonderfully Right in 2020|cleaf2013|December 31, 2020|Fortune
Most patriotic movies flaunt their pride by having America trounce foreign countries.13 Most Patriotic Movies Ever: ‘Act of Valor,’ ‘Top Gun’ & More (VIDEO)|Melissa Leon|July 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As sure as turkey on a table, Tom Brady and the 7–3 Patriots will likely trounce Mark Sanchez and the woeful New York Jets.
On Fox News Sunday, he predicted Sharron Angle will trounce Harry Reid for the Nevada Senate seat.
The two were just playing, he said, and he was imitating television wrestlers who trounce their opponents.
She still continued to threaten to trounce us, a menace which always provoked us to laughter.A Pioneer Mother|Hamlin Garland
"Now will I trounce you right well, stripling," cried the tall man, grasping his cudgel.Robin Hood|Paul Creswick
"You were the first one he asked for when he came to his senses," said Mrs. Trounce, as Paul stepped softly to the bedside.
You must make up your mind to get off that bed as soon as possible, mustn't he, Mrs. Trounce?
"I shall really have to ring the bell and send for Mrs. Trounce," said Paul firmly.