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(ˈmɑːməˌlaɪz) ,




vb (tr)
slang to beat soundly or defeat utterly; thrash
[C20: a humorous coinage]
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England's failure to adapt meant they were mugged in their own tournament, by a side they marmalised four times out of five last summer.
In 2013 another English Grand Slam is denied as the Championship goes to Wales after they simply marmalised their opponents at the Millennium.
However, that cannot explain how the Hull KR players got themselves into the right state of mind for a game at a ground where they had been so thoroughly marmalised so recently.
Mose, who are returning after a week off, were marmalised by the Scottish scrum when the sides met in Richmond in November, conceding seven penalties in the first half alone as Eric Fry and tighthead Tomas Francis enjoyed a field day.
He did so because Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy acted with astonishing impatience after an injury-hit Spurs side were marmalised by Liverpool but still found themselves within eight points of the top of the table.
Much-changed Marske put back-to-back league defeats behind them as they marmalised Team Northumbria 5-1.
Both suitably marmalised, we needed a breather to recover but were soon back in thrillseeking mode.
Prepare to be 'marmalised' by The Smiler, Alton Towers Resort's brand new ride which opens this month.
The JLS star, a paid ambassador of IAlton Towers, underwent a "marmalised" makeover to help promote the resort's latest scary ride, The Smiler.
The Spartans were "marmalised" 5-0 at Nethermoor Park in August, when Cuggy acknowledges the first "wake-up call" of a difficult season outlined clearly to him how clinical opposition teams can be in Blue Square Bet North.
By his own admission, the Croft Park club were "marmalised" by Guiseley in only their fourth game of the Blue Square Bet North season.