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A thrill, emotionally excited reaction
To boil noisily
To strike heavily, thrash soundly
To rush hastily
A heavy blow, punch
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An emotional impact, psychological force
A person's ability to throw such punches
To flounder, wallow
To trounce, beat by wide

You're a gent, said the other, straightening his shoulders again. He appeared not to have noticed Winston's blue overalls. Pint! he added aggressively to the barman. Pint of wallop..

To be slatternly
{v} to boil, bubble up, roll, dance
hit hard; "The teacher whacked the boy"
To move in a rolling, cumbersome manner; to waddle
A quick, rolling movement; a gallop
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{f} strike, give heavy blow; decisively conquer the opposition
a severe blow defeat soundly and utterly; "We'll wallop them!
to strike heavily, trash soundly
a severe blow
{i} heavy blow, thump; ability to give heavy blows; quality of making a strong impression (Informal)
To beat soundly; to flog; to whip
defeat soundly and utterly; "We'll wallop them!"
A thick piece of fat
If you wallop someone or something, you hit them very hard, often causing a dull sound. Once, she walloped me over the head with a frying pan. = whack Wallop is also a noun. With one brutal wallop, Clarke flattened him. to hit someone or something very hard, especially with your hand (waloper, from galoper; GALLOP)
emotional impact, psychological force
To throw or tumble over
to flaunder, wallow
To wrap up temporarily
To boil with a continued bubbling or heaving and rolling, with noise
a persons ability to throw such punches
A blow
a forceful consequence; a strong effect; "the book had an important impact on my thinking"; "the book packs a wallop"
To move quickly, but with great effort; to gallop
A policeman

1971: Uniformed cops are generally known as 'wallopers', and cops in plain clothes are called 'demons'. These latter, supposed to be disguised, are instantly recognisable. — John O'Grady, Dealing with Cops, from Aussie Etiket, 1971. Quoted in Aussie Humour, Macmillan, 1988, ISBN 0-7251-0553-4, page 200.

Verbal abuse

For forgetting to pick up the package again, my boss gave a walloping.

whopping, large in size
A series of wallops (blows.)
past of wallop
a gross untruth; a blatant lie
a winner by a wide margin
Literally, someone who wallops
a winner by a wide margin a very hard hitter
{i} winner by a wide margin; extremely hard hitter ; huge lie; police officer (Slang)
a very hard hitter
of exceptional, impressive quality
present participle of wallop
beating, a series of wallops (blows)
give sb/get a walloping to hit someone hard several times as a punishment. very big walloping great/big
third-person singular of wallop
plural of , wallop