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(ˈmɑːməˌlaɪz) ,




vb (tr)
slang to beat soundly or defeat utterly; thrash
[C20: a humorous coinage]
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So France do not deserved to be damned with faint praise for marmalising them.
If Frankel spent all year marmalising Listed opposition no-one would give him credit and he wouldn't deserve it anyway.
With the sport's cognoscenti and England manager Martin Johnson in attendance young prop Dan Cole could not have chosen a better moment to confirm his rising profile by marmalising current Test loosehead Tim Payne.
Supermarkets have been marmalising (bringing down) the price, but by offering the trade-in facility it allows the cost of a game to be much cheaper."
Come the following day, punters would have gone through a marmalising 50 barrels, each containing 11 gallons of the black stuff.
But the PS18 million, 700-tonne, 14-loop coaster also messes with riders' minds, "marmalising" them with a combination of special effects, scenery and massive props.
Up the road at Wimbledon, Serena Williams was marmalising poor Vera Zvonareva, and a time-zone or two away Germany were on the point of doing the same to Argentina in a World Cup quarter-final.
WHAT with Her Majesty and football, Lennox ``I did it for the Queen'' Lewis marmalising Mike Tyson or the bornagain teenager Sir Paul McCartney marrying his lovely Heather yesterday, something strange is happening in the state of Britain.
All season, Birmingham & Solihull have relied heavily on marmalising opponents in the middle of the park with a big, committed pack - and done precious little out wide.
Shortest of those in the betting was Alessandro Volta, who suddenly veered more violently left in the final furlong than a 1960s Trotskyite, marmalising Tartan Bearer and Curtan Call.
Ralph Beckett's filly was the surprise 20-1 winner when marmalising her opponents, as well as her better-fancied stablemate Secret Gesture, to win the Epsom Oaks.
MAGICAL Mervyn King has been marmalising the lipstick in Frimley Green this week and more of the same is expected from the fifth seed tonight.