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Oxford Dictionary of English Idioms
... fixed time limit. beat the daylights out of: see DAYLIGHT. beat the drum for: see
DRUM. beat the Dutch: see DUTCH. beat someone hollow: see HOLLOW. beat
your (or the) meat (of a man) masturbate. vulgar slang beat the pants off prove to
Oxford Thesaurus of English
1 beat someone hollow he was a mere boy, but he beat them hollow: trounce,
defeat utterly, beat, annihilate, drub, give a drubbing to, crush, rout, worst,
overwhelm, outclass; informal hammer, clobber, thrash, lick, best, paste, pound,
Sterling Dictionary of Idioms
beat someone hollow beat or defeat completely To win the game he had to beat
his opponents hollow. if you can't beat them join them (saying) If you can't
persuade your opponents to change their ideas the most sensible thing to do is to
Chambers Universal Learners' Dictionary
... because of tiredness etc : The student was hollow-eyed from studying all night;
a hale hollow-eyed young man with a book in his hand. beat (someone) hollow (
in/) to beat (someone) holly thoroughly at a game etc: The local team were 340.
The Oxford Dictionary of Idioms
hollow. beat someone hollow defeat or surpass someone completely or
thoroughly. in the hollow of your hand entirely in your power. holy. holy of holies
a place or thing regarded as sacrosanct. The reference here is to the Hebrew
phrase for ...
Chambers concise dictionary
>adv, colloq completely • beat someone hollow. > v (hollovsed, hollowing) (usu
hollow something out) to make a hollow in it; to form it by making a hollow. [Anglo
-Saxon holh] □ hollowly adv. □ hollowness it. hollow-eyed >adj having sunken ...
Empowerment Thro' Verbs and Idioms
Beat someone hollow 62. Beat a hasty retreat 63. Give a wide berth to someone
64. Bend one's ear 65. Bet one's bottom dollar 66. Can't see beyond his nose 67.
Eat like a bird 68. Got beaten black and blue 69. Like a bolt from the blue 70.
Dr. A.N.P. Ummerkutty, Sura Books Staff, 2004
Oxford Dictionary of English
7verb [with obj.] form by making a hole: a tunnel was hollowed out in a mountain
range. 2make a hollow in: Flora's laugh hollowed her cheeks. – phrases beat
someone hollow defeat someone thoroughly. – derivatives hollowly adverb ...
Chembers 21 Century Dictionary
2 a valley or depression in the land, o adverb, colloq completely c beat someone
hollow. e- verb (hollowed, hollowing) (usually hollow something out) to make a
hollow in it; to form it by making a hollow. • hollowly adverb. • hollowness noun.
The American Heritage Crossword Puzzle Dictionary
... uniilled 09 concavity, incuryale, insincere, pointless, valueless, worthless 10
artiiicial, depression, excavation, proIitless, unavailing 11 indentation,
meaningless 12 hypocittical beat someone hollow 04 lick, rout 06 hammec thrash
07 trounce ...
American Heritage Dictionary, 2003