lump, whipstitch, shellacking, massacre, butchery, tanning, plastering, mass murder, lace, flogging, slaughter, drubbing, trimming, whacking, defeat, licking, overthrow, loss, whipstitching, walloping, lacing, flagellation, carnage, rout
attacking (part of speech: verb)
battering, invading, hitting, lunging, hammering, scathing, fighting, pounding, lashing, rioting, slashing, combating, thrusting, scarifying, assailing, raping, bombarding, violating, savaging, charging, barraging, assaulting, scorching, storming, raiding, striking, flaying, attacking, harrying
failure (part of speech: noun)
defeating (part of speech: verb)
defeating, winning, beating, conquering, trumping, overcoming, overturning, humbling, subjecting, outdoing, surmounting, crushing, overpowering, foiling, capturing, predominating, overthrowing, routing, subduing, triumphing, quelling, mastering, vanquishing, checkmating, outplaying, whipping
- His whole being was bent on getting hold of the young traitor and trouncing him within an inch of his life. - "The Girl Aviators' Sky Cruise", Margaret Burnham.
- What's this I hear of your joining the burghers and barristers, and trouncing poor Mr. Fairbrother and his flock, and crying 'Liberty forever! - "Richard Carvel, Complete", Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009.
- I gave you every opportunity to stand up and take a trouncing, but I need hardly say that after this contemptible knavery I refuse to soil my hands on you! - "The Siege of the Seven Suitors", Meredith Nicholson.