And given her thrashing in 2008, Lauer asked, should the GOP nominee pick a more seasoned running mate than she?
She would find him thrashing from nightmares or hiding under his bed.
At times she looks demonic—screaming and thrashing like an overacted Lady Macbeth.
They beat up several journalists, though two particularly intrepid ones escaped the thrashing by feigning death.
But despite MacKenzie's thrashing, it's been well-reviewed by critics and other Amazon commenters.
I have given him a thrashing and now I feel jolly, and as to the result, let come what will.'
Perhaps never in his twenty-two years had young Drummond been so near a thrashing.
This one retorted on the rustic for his thrashing by kicks which might have uprooted an oak.
And all the better, I dare say, for the thrashing he got when a youngster, from the Vermont tailor.
We swung up from our seats and slewed half round to get every pound we could out of the thrashing oars.
1580s, "to separate grains from wheat, etc., by beating," dialectal variant of threshen (see thresh). Sense of "beat (someone) with (or as if with) a flail" is first recorded c.1600. Meaning "to make wild movements like those of a flail or whip" is attested from 1846. Related: Thrashed; thrashing. Type of fast heavy metal music first called by this name 1982.
A thousand, esp a thousand dollars; grand: A hundred and fifty thou is business (1867+)