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Definition of "thrashed" []

  • To beat soundly, as with a whip or stick (verb)
  • To defeat totally; overwhelm (verb)
  • To beat or plunge about in a wild manner (verb)
  • To move the legs up and down in the water, as in certain swimming strokes (verb)
  • To sail (a boat) against the wind or tide or (of a boat) to sail in this way (verb)
  • The act of thrashing; blow; beating (noun)
  • A party or similar social gathering (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of thrash. (verb)

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Use "thrashed" in a sentence
  • "Right now it's pretty dry and thrashed from the stripping treatment, but I have expensive shampoo and conditioner, and the brutal hairdresser assured me that with patience and continued use my hair would work its way back to normal."
  • "Winds up to 84 mph and blowing rain thrashed the downtown area."
  • "The EFSF will eventually have the capacity to spend €440bn under the terms thrashed out by eurozone leaders last month."