The Maybach that they bashed and reconstructed for their dazzling “Otis” music video was no longer usable as a car.
For example, attendees shouted approval at questioners who bashed the SEC for bungling their investigation.
You were “bashed,” he reminds Gorgeous in one of their more awkward scenes.
Before the State of the Union began, Texas Republican Randy Weber bashed Obama as a "socialistic dictator" on Twitter.
The assassins apparently first bashed the car Fornari was driving several times, finally pushing it into a guardrail.
And, above all, remember that Arsène Lupin does not allow himself to be bashed and mauled about without good reasons.
But yesterday he up and bashed a fellow in the jaw, and the man went down.
He bashed the ball through the scrimmage, you know, and then nipped it up right under their noses and ran it through.
They were gone before he could tell them he knew Murphy had been "bashed" by the "Gink's" men.
They ought to be here any moment now, unless Sylvia's bashed up the bus.
"to strike violently," 1640s, perhaps of Scandinavian origin, from Old Norse *basca "to strike" (cf. Swedish basa "to baste, whip, flog, lash," Danish baske "to beat, strike, cudgel"); or the whole group might be independently derived and echoic. Figurative sense of "abuse verbally or in writing" is from 1948. Related: Bashed; bashing.
"a heavy blow," 1805, from bash (v.). Meaning "an attempt" is attested by 1948. On a bash "on a drunken spree" is slang from 1901, which gave the word its sense of "party."