Examples of trounce in a Sentence
our candidate trounced her opponent in the election, winning with 76% of the vote
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There’s no question a cool bracelet made from a bomb will trounce all other BBQ bling.
Not only did Moser lose in TX-7, but Our Revolution’s other pick in Texas — Rick Trevino in TX-23 — got trounced by Gina Ortiz Jones.
In 1997 Labour won all three of Wandsworth’s MPs; the Conservatives still trounced them by a 17-point margin in local elections the year after.
The West Boynton youngsters trounced Fort Pierce, 10-0, in Port St. Lucie to earn a berth among the final eight teams vying to win the Florida title and advance to the United States regional showcase in Greenville, North Carolina.
Sinema trounced all three potential Republican rivals in that survey.
At the state party convention in San Diego earlier this year, the former state Senate leader trounced Feinstein in the bid for the June primary endorsement, winning 54 percent to just 37 percent for the four-term incumbent.
With 122 of 125 precincts reporting results as of Wednesday morning, Ball trounced his lone opponent, Columbia resident Harry Dunar, with 84 percent of the vote.
Its maximum cargo and payload figures trounce those of competitors by a wide margin.
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beat the pants off, eat alive, run circles around (or run rings around), wipe the floor with (or wipe the ground with);
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Definition of trounce for English Language Learners
: to defeat (someone or something) easily and thoroughly
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