walloping

[ US /ˈwɔɫəpɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɒləpˌɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (used informally) very large
    a thumping loss
NOUN
  1. a sound defeat
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How To Use walloping In A Sentence

  • It was particularly embarrassing in the light of the Italian's walloping of the Scots, with arguably less of a rugby-playing population than we have here.
  • I got the walloping of my life for that offence, although she had to call old Ahuna in to help give it to me. SHIN-BONES
  • A walloping 90 percent of Americans have some form of gum disease and tooth decay.
  • It's his knowing way around a walloping chorus and his welcome sense of restraint and economy that allow said hooks to live for many hum-worthy listens.
  • He had to pay a walloping fine.
  • It's walloping fun in the sense of the high-end nature that we're detailing. Bryan Young: Interview: Judd Winick Talks Batwing, a New Batman Comic Set in Africa
  • Agha Abedi, the Pakistani founder of Bank of Credit and Commerce International, arranged hunting outings for the sheikhs in return for walloping bank deposits.
  • Selby's second string recorded their third successive win as they dished out a walloping to neighbours Thorpe Willoughby.
  • They lost tonight by a walloping score of 14-8, to the team with the nastiest, most obnoxious coach ever.
  • Sheffield followed by taking him even deeper, walloping a towering homer into the upper left-field deck.
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