Trounce in a sentence as a verb

Their GPU will likely trounce that of the 11" MBA most likely.

Magnus had a 30 second clock, so he basically had to trounce him.

The espresso they made in the test must have been pretty mediocre not to trounce Nespresso.

You might be right about US double standards, but that does not mean India can be allowed to trounce free speech.

"And to completely trounce your idea, publishing is easy for journals.

What we don't want happening is companies getting more rights, and being able to trounce all over due process.

That is why high-level languages trounce low-level languages when it comes to productivity.

He's a vegetarian who started this study because he believed a vegetarian diet would trounce other diets.

In a straw poll at work some years ago we found that a hypothetic economically liberal, and socially liberal party would handily trounce both Democrats and Republicans.

Everything else in there is his opinion, which isn't "plain wrong"; it's just his opinion, just as it is yours that he's "your typical self-proclaimed geek these days" and "shoots from the hip at anything that might trounce his sense of entitlement.

The fact that so many people were willing to back Google screwing with Java while being willing to trounce Microsoft for it confuses me to no end: it seems to just come down to emotional bias.> Do you have any links furthering your explanation about Netscape?

You can trounce your competitors on every axis, come in at half the price, charge a flat-rate site license instead of a metered seat license, and buy the purchasing team 52-day aged ribeyes every week for 6 months and still lose if you're the one who looks like you might be out of business 2 years from now.

How exciting is it to come to work if the best you can do is trounce some other company that does roughly the same thing?...Wired: One area where people say that Google is indeed motivated by competition is the social realm, where in the past two years you have been working hard in a field dominated by a single rival, Facebook.

Trounce definitions


beat severely with a whip or rod; "The teacher often flogged the students"; "The children were severely trounced"

See also: flog welt whip lather lash slash strap


come out better in a competition, race, or conflict; "Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship"; "We beat the competition"; "Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game"

See also: beat crush shell vanquish


censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"

See also: rebuke reproof lecture reprimand scold chide berate