broad-side

v. t.1.to collide with the broad side of.
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He delivered the broad-side to Safawi extremists at a conference in Tehran, claiming years of statements about sanctions not hurting the country were false.
THE Broad-side against the Australians yesterday afternoon has set up an exciting sporting weekend.
ROMULUS boss Richard Evans has fired a broad-side at Leamington manager Jason Cadden ahead of today's game at Coles Lane.
5, Bandit Read on TB Counter: If the playside guard pass-sets, B has broad-side fill.
In addition, Nathaniel Rogers, editor of the Standard before Child, wrote of the lack of good anti-slavery poetry in December of 1841, calling for an angry prophet, 'an anti-slavery Burns, or an Ebenezer Elliot', who would, among other things, 'provide a broad-side for the hulk of the gory old church.
He delivered the broad-side at a conference in Tehran, claiming years of statements about sanctions not hurting the country were false.
The broad-side impact caused the Subaru to roll over before coming to rest upright.
Ince launched a broad-side at Houllier and No 2 Phil Thompson in a newspaper following his pounds 1million move to the Riverside Stadium.
Apart from sanctioning Iran's more aggressive military foot-print in the GME, Khamenei regularly issues broad-sides at the US, promising there will be no softening of Tehran's stance against "the Great Satan", while quietly opening the door to Western capital and expertise.