Definition Of clobber
add enameled decoration to (porcelain).
The hateful practice of clobbering oriental porcelain, already begun, pointed a cheap and easy way to the decorators of faience.
hit (someone) hard.
if he does that I'll clobber him!
Example Of clobber
A crash was on the way, Baker pointed out, and it would financially clobber many working people.
A far more likely disaster would be a staff member being clobbered by a chimp, intentionally or not.
And there was Bobby himself, who, however, gave it up when he got clobbered by oldies thirty years his senior.
‘You are this close to making me run over to the White House and clobbering you,’ she warned.
Because I had never had a cold sore before, the virus clobbered me with a very high fever.