Examples of trounce in a Sentence
our candidate trounced her opponent in the election, winning with 76% of the vote
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In the Central Valley’s 21st District, for example, GOP Rep. David Valadao of Hanford (Kings County) trounced Democrat TJ Cox, 64 percent to 36 percent.
Feinstein, one of the wealthiest members of Congress, trounced de León in the money race leading up to Election Day.
For the most part, the long man is going to pitch when the game is out of reach, either way but usually when his team is getting trounced.
Even Representative David Valadao, a Republican dairy farmer in the 21st District to the west, an agrarian area where Hillary Clinton trounced Mr. Trump, drew just one competitor — a Democrat — this year.
In a fair fight, Mr. Maduro would have been trounced.
Boston trounced the Cleveland Cavaliers, 108-83, in the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals on Sunday on Mother's Day.
The 92-year-old's alliance of four parties unexpectedly trounced the Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition of Prime Minister Najib Razak, who was once Mahathir's protege but became his most bitter rival.
Trump trounced Hillary Clinton by 32 points there in 2016.
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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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: to defeat (someone or something) easily and thoroughly
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