wallop

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A thrill, emotionally excited reaction
To rush hastily
To boil noisily
To flounder, wallow
A person's ability to throw such punches
An emotional impact, psychological force
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A heavy blow, punch
To trounce, beat by wide
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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 strike heavily, thrash soundly
To be slatternly
{v} to boil, bubble up, roll, dance
hit hard; "The teacher whacked the boy"
To move quickly, but with great effort; to gallop
a forceful consequence; a strong effect; "the book had an important impact on my thinking"; "the book packs a wallop"
A blow
a severe blow defeat soundly and utterly; "We'll wallop them!
To boil with a continued bubbling or heaving and rolling, with noise
To wrap up temporarily
to flaunder, wallow
To throw or tumble over
{f} strike, give heavy blow; decisively conquer the opposition
emotional impact, psychological force
To move in a rolling, cumbersome manner; to waddle
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)
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A quick, rolling movement; a gallop
to strike heavily, trash soundly
a persons ability to throw such punches
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
walloper
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.

walloping
A series of wallops (blows.)
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whopping, large in size
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Verbal abuse

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

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