Definition Of bludgeo

verb

a thick stick with a heavy end, used as a weapon.

a rhetorical bludgeon in the war against liberalism

beat (someone) repeatedly with a bludgeon or other heavy object.

He was bludgeoned to death with the butt of a pistol on the Caribbean island of Margarita on Sunday, October 16.

Example Of bludgeo

  • a rhetorical bludgeon in the war against liberalism

  • And most staff have to be bludgeoned into writing this material; anyone who volunteers and shows the real desire that he apparently has to cover it is likely to find it a great way to get ahead.

  • And that we can target it like a surgeon - you know, we need more of a surgeon's knife than a bludgeon to go after it.

  • Another small sound and the guard was on its feet with a bludgeon in its hand.

  • As in other areas, free speech supporters will have to hope the government proceeds with a scalpel, and not a bludgeon .


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