[ UK /hˈæməd/ ]
[ US /ˈhæmɝd/ ]
  1. shaped or worked with a hammer and often showing hammer marks
    a bowl of hammered brass
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How To Use hammered In A Sentence

  • It's fair to say we got well and truly hammered last night. The Sun
  • Details of how the Pond of Safety Forest will be managed are still being hammered into place, but a skeletal framework is clear.
  • Amaiya opened her mouth to reply, but her hands flew to her ears as a banshee wail hammered the sky.
  • In the following decade, I hammered federal training and make-work programs in articles for this newspaper and other publications. My Summer Road to Perdition
  • He hammered in the nail.
  • The bright-hammered melody of the flat-crank 4.5-liter V8, the fiery spall of the overrun note, the tach-rapping flexibility of the 9,000-rpm engine as you gear-bang the seven-speed dual clutch tranny—all of that is at a slight remove in the fixed-roof car. Ferrari 458 Italia Loses Its Top, Gains Hugely
  • We all get totally hammered on tiny amounts of the local rice wine, and stay up way past our bedtimes at the Hoài Café.
  • Since 2008, they have been socked with staggering new bills for bank bailouts and hammered by a Great Recession brought on by the very same banks. Lynn Parramore: Amity Shlaes's Forgotten History: When Unions Go Bust, We All Do
  • They have further hammered bank profits by wiping out the margin made on deposits. Times, Sunday Times
  • The music includes a gusli a hammered dulcimer with spoon-shaped sticks, and the performers sing weird, nonsense-ish rhymes. Stravinsky Crashes the Party
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