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.
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  • 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.
  • Then, for the love of Pete, wotcha doin 'walloping off'n her like a sack of potatoes? The Girl on the Boat
  • Although your comment about 8 strikers walloping 15 defenders will win you the award for most astute footballing brain ever. Judges have a blindspot whenever destroyers like Vidic play a blinder | Rob Bagchi
  • Till light and birdsong come Walloping up roads with the milk wagon.
  • You'll get a walloping if you don't behave.
  • Uni also had a win last week, their 52-12 walloping of Mullum, ensuring that the Gold Rats remain at the top of the table.
  • If a 13 point win is a "walloping," what term would you use for UNC's beating MSU by 36 points? undefined
  • Not even the prospect of a hernia operation could limit Brian Kelly's silken style as he led the ‘return’ of Palatine after a walloping by Eire Og in their initial championship outing.
  • I wake up with a walloping hangover and swear never to drink again.
  • If tournament organizers are making a walloping amount of money off the players' backs and only giving them a small percentage, that doesn't seem fair.
  • Matthew Hayden, Australia's cricketer of the year, warned South Africa to prepare for another walloping in their return series over the next two months.
  • Yesterday he blew Alberto Martin off the court with a combination of a walloping forehand and a wish to play in every quarter of the court.
  • Melbourne will revert to their proven formula against the Swans tomorrow night to rebound from their walloping by Port Adelaide last week and avoid a free fall from outright top to fifth in 14 days.
  • The Mayo defeat shook hurling to the core in the county and coming on the back of a walloping by Kerry, it spelled a very gloomy future for the code.
  • After some distinctly underwhelming performances of late, this was the day when it all came gloriously right for Boroughmuir with a nine-try walloping of the side alleged to be their nearest rivals for the Premiership 1 title.
  • On the right side of her forehead, there was a walloping large blue and black bruise.
  • It was certain that Jennifer was about to get a real walloping. INSIDERS
  • American Steel do not play pure, walloping punk (few bands really do) as much as they create a grotesque amalgam of past punk-related styles.
  • I'm a pensioner for goodness sake, I'm hardly likely to go round walloping people.
  • Livingston, whose ground meets the requirements of the top flight, took a huge step towards winning the First Division title with a deserved walloping of their nearest opponents on a day when Ayr United also crashed.
  • Apparently he bought an apartment for £68,000, it is now worth a walloping 444,000 euros!
  • The walloping taken at home to Fulham last weekend was particularly worrying.
  • Rafiyev is required to pay a walloping 67.2% of sales in taxes.
  • However, despite throwing a walloping £19 million at a system that worked very well thank you on a shoestring, the corps has not been an unqualified success.
  • Plenorius gat his horse, and came with a spear in his hand walloping toward Sir Launcelot; and then they began to feutre their spears, and came together as thunder, and smote either other so mightily that their horses fell down under them. Le Morte d'Arthur: Sir Thomas Malory's book of King Arthur and of his noble knights of the Round table
  • Our swaggering demon is resolute until agile Laksman climbs on his foe's bent thigh to deliver a walloping strike that sends Intorachit reeling.
  • After it received a critical and financial walloping upon its release, was anyone clamoring for a new, extras-laden director's cut of Elektra?
  • Oklahoma rose to No. 3 after walloping Iowa State on Saturday. This Is All Far From Over
  • Our team got a terrible walloping yesterday.
  • If it is the case that Wanderers can, as their manager maintains, put such a humiliating defeat behind them then the White Hart Lane walloping could indeed prove a blessing in disguise.
  • To the band's credit, this only seems to increase their pummelling potential, provoking them into walloping, abusing and thrashing their amps harder than ever.
  • New Atherton pro Mihir Diwaker showed he can bat as well as bowl with an unbeaten 86 in a 139-run walloping of Astley & Tyldesley.
  • With the theatre company facing crises on every front, it would be good to report a walloping seasonal hit.
  • I fell down seven steep stairs on Saturday morning, a walloping, raucous ride on my butt bone into the basement.
  • Lurking on the cusp of the penalty area Sanjuan met a defensive header with a walloping half volley into Craig Nelson's top right - hand corner.
  • Not necessarily a ground-breaking assertion, but I'll bet there's more than a few folks out there who could use a walloping masterpiece of ethereal but hard-driving psychedelic garage rock.
  • Supposedly about ideas and values, parties are usually tools for marshalling and brokering power - often crassly and with a walloping dose of self-interest.
  • Sure enough, he gave us a right old walloping in front of the press, claiming that Jack had never had any deal on the table.
  • It was impossible to judge the Germans on their walloping of hapless Saudi Arabia.
  • Rodney R. Land of Land Dairy in Mayo Florida sold a dairy cow for food with 0.2 parts per million (ppm) of sulfamethazine in her liver tissue and Michael D. Martin of Martin Feed Lot in Harrisburg, Illinois sold a beef heifer for food with a walloping 38.855 ppm of sulfamethazine in her liver as well as 0.1781 ppm of flunixin, say other letters. AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed
  • Insiders are bracing for some walloping arguments over the company's direction in the coming months.
  • Then Plenorius gat his horse, and came with a spear in his hand walloping toward Sir Launcelot; and then they began to feutre their spears, and came together as thunder, and smote either other so mightily that their horses fell down under them. Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table, Volume 1
  • We had a walloping time at Daryl's wedding party.
  • If she had been to the big house without his consent then a good walloping was indeed called for - but he would have to NOBLE BEGINNNINGS
  • Despite throwing a walloping £19 million at a system that worked very well thank you on a shoestring, the corps has not been an unqualified success.
  • With a big serve and a walloping double-handed backhand, Safin is apt to overwhelm opponents but Haas has some big strokes of his own and to his credit withstood the barrage.
  • As Arsenal's form slides, Madrid have gathered a momentum interrupted only by the walloping in Zaragoza.
  • So after protein drinks, becoming a vegetarian, exercise, stopping smoking, and doctor after doctor I decided to relieve my pain with small doses of heroine for a walloping 3 whole weeks.
  • But it was Seroquel's 2009 approval as an add-drug for depression that helped it reach its spectacular sales of $5.3 billion in 2010 thanks to the U.S.' walloping depression "market" of 20 million. Martha Rosenberg: Oh That? Deceptive Marketing Settlement Doesn't Stop Seroquel Advertising
  • One of the large cauldrons was slowly "walloping" with a mysterious appearance of self-restraint, as if it bided its time to put forth its full energy. The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Volume 8 Epigrams, On With the Dance, Negligible Tales
  • From there the striker had a straightforward job of angling his body and walloping it home.
  • They didn't pick up any ground against Boston, who spent its day walloping Toronto to remain two games in front of New York. Yanks Smack Cleveland Again
  • He cut me a walloping slice of cake.
  • As a result of Wilberfoss' misfortune and a 4-1 walloping of Wheldrake, White Horse moved into third place in the table.
  • In this film, after walloping us with images and falsely placating us with words, the director blinds us with light.
  • Our team got a terrible walloping yesterday.
  • Valencia did not look like champions and had arrived demoralised after a first league defeat last Sunday and a 5-1 walloping from Internazionale in Europe.
  • Problems continue to pile up for beleaguered Leeds United manager Peter Reid as the club ended one of the worst weeks in its history with a walloping, a bust-up and bottom place in the Premiership.
  • The '86 World Cup was followed by an abysmal display in Euro '88, including defeat to Ireland in the opening match followed by wallopings at the hands of the Soviet Union and Holland.

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