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  • 41Drubbed — Drub Drub, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Drubbed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Drubbing}.] [Cf. Prov. E. drab to beat, Icel. & Sw. drabba to hit, beat, Dan. dr[ae]be to slay, and perh. OE. drepen to strike, kill, AS. drepan to strike, G. & D. freffen to hit, touch,… …

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  • 42Drubbing — Drub Drub, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Drubbed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Drubbing}.] [Cf. Prov. E. drab to beat, Icel. & Sw. drabba to hit, beat, Dan. dr[ae]be to slay, and perh. OE. drepen to strike, kill, AS. drepan to strike, G. & D. freffen to hit, touch,… …

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  • 43The Honest Whore — is an early Jacobean city comedy, written in two parts; Part 1 is a collaboration between Thomas Dekker and Thomas Middleton, while Part 2 is the work of Dekker alone. The plays were acted by the Admiral s Men.Part 1 The Honest Whore, Part 1 was… …

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  • 44club — /klub/, n., v., clubbed, clubbing, adj. n. 1. a heavy stick, usually thicker at one end than at the other, suitable for use as a weapon; a cudgel. 2. a group of persons organized for a social, literary, athletic, political, or other purpose: They …

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  • 45bastinado — /bas teuh nay doh, nah doh/, n., pl. bastinadoes, v., bastinadoed, bastinadoing. n. 1. a mode of punishment consisting of blows with a stick on the soles of the feet or on the buttocks. 2. a blow or a beating with a stick, cudgel, etc. 3. a stick …

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  • 46bastinado — bas•ti•na•do [[t]ˌbæs təˈneɪ doʊ, ˈnɑ doʊ[/t]] n. pl. does 1) a punishment in which the soles of the feet are beaten with a stick 2) a blow or a beating with a stick, cudgel, etc 3) a stick or cudgel 4) to beat with a stick, cane, etc., esp. on… …

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  • 47Baste — (b[=a]st), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Basted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Basting}.] [Cf. Icel. beysta to strike, powder; Sw. basa to beat with a rod: perh. akin to E. beat.] 1. To beat with a stick; to cudgel. [1913 Webster] One man was basted by the keeper for …

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  • 48Basted — Baste Baste (b[=a]st), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Basted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Basting}.] [Cf. Icel. beysta to strike, powder; Sw. basa to beat with a rod: perh. akin to E. beat.] 1. To beat with a stick; to cudgel. [1913 Webster] One man was basted by… …

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  • 49Basting — Baste Baste (b[=a]st), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Basted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Basting}.] [Cf. Icel. beysta to strike, powder; Sw. basa to beat with a rod: perh. akin to E. beat.] 1. To beat with a stick; to cudgel. [1913 Webster] One man was basted by… …

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  • 50drub´ber — drub «druhb», verb, drubbed, drub|bing, noun. –v.t. 1. to beat with a stick; whip soundly; thrash; cudgel. SYNONYM(S): flog. 2. to defeat by a large margin in a fight, game, contest, etc.: »The Clevelan …

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  • 51baste — baste1 /bayst/, v.t., basted, basting. to sew with long, loose stitches, as in temporarily tacking together pieces of a garment while it is being made. [1400 50; late ME basten < AF, MF bastir to build, baste < Gmc; cf. OHG bestan to mend, patch&#8230; …

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  • 52baste — v. a. 1. Beat (with a stick), cudgel, cane, drub, thrash, buffet, pound, pommel. See beat, 1. 2. Moisten with fat. 3. Sew (with long stitches), stitch (loosely) …

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  • 53baste — I. /beɪst / (say bayst) verb (t) (basted, basting) to sew with temporary stitches, as a garment in the first stages of making; tack. {Middle English, from Old French bastir, of Germanic origin} II. /beɪst / (say bayst) verb (t) (basted, basting)&#8230; …

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  • 54drub — /drʌb / (say drub) verb (t) (drubbed, drubbing) 1. to beat with a stick or the like; cudgel; flog; thrash. 2. to defeat decisively. 3. to stamp (the feet). –noun 4. a blow with a stick or the like. {Arabic daraba to beat (with reference to&#8230; …

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  • 55club — I. n. 1. Bludgeon, cudgel. 2. Association, society, company, set, fraternity, sodality, cotérie. II. v. n. 1. Form a club, unite in a club. 2. Co operate, unite together, act in concert, club together. 3. Contribute, unite to share expenses, make …

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  • 56Gu Dasao — (顾大嫂) is a character in the Water Margin .Gu Dasao was one of the three female characters among the Liangshan heroes and was married to Sun Xin. She was the cousin of Xie Zhen and Xie Bao. Gu had thick eyebrows and large eyes, along with a plump&#8230; …

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  • 57club — /klʌb / (say klub) noun 1. a heavy stick, usually thicker at one end than at the other, suitable for a weapon; a cudgel. 2. the butt end of a rifle. 3. a stick or bat used to drive a ball, etc., in various games. 4. a stick with a crooked head&#8230; …

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  • 58thump — [thump] n. [echoic] 1. a blow with something heavy and blunt, as with a cudgel 2. the dull sound made by such a blow vt. 1. to strike with a thump or thumps 2. a) to thrash; beat severely b) t …

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  • 59baste — I [[t]beɪst[/t]] v. t. bast•ed, bast•ing clo to sew with long, loose stitches, as in temporarily joining parts of a garment while it is being made • Etymology: 1400–50; late ME &LT; AF, MF bastir to build, baste &LT; Gmc; cf. OHG bestan to mend,&#8230; …

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  • 60club — [[t]klʌb[/t]] n. v. clubbed, club•bing 1) a heavy stick, usu. thicker at one end than the other, suitable for use as a weapon; cudgel 2) spo a) a stick or bat used to drive a ball in various games, as golf b) Indian club 3) a group of people&#8230; …

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