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Waterloo, abrade, accident, annihilate, appulse, asphyxiate, atomize, bang, bang into, bash, bastinado, bat, be poised, bear market, bearish market, beat, beat down, beating, belt, bend, best seller, biff, big hit, billow, blast, blow, blow down, bonk, boom, bottle up, bray, break, break down, break into pieces, break to pieces, break up, breakdown, breaking up, breakup, brecciate, brilliant success, bring down, brunt, bulldoze, bulldozing, bulling, bump, bump into, burn down, burst, butter, calamity, cannon, carambole, carom, carom into, cast down, casualty, cataclysm, cataplasm, catastrophe, cave, cave-in, censor, chew, choke off, chop, chop down, clamp down on, clap, clash, cleave, clip, clobber, clout, clump, collapse, collide, collision, comb, come into collision, comedown, comminute, concuss, concussion, confront each other, conquer, conquering, conquest, contretemps, contriturate, cork, cork up, crack, crack down on, crack up, crack-up, crash, crash into, cropper, crumb, crumble, crump, crunch, crush, cushion, cut, cut down, cut to pieces, damp down, dash, dash into, deathblow, debacle, decimate, declining market, defeat, deflation, demolish, dental pulp, destruction, diffuse, dig, dint, disassemble, disaster, disintegrate, dismantle, disperse, disrupt, downfall, drown, drub, drubbing, drumming, ease, ebb and flow, encounter, extinguish, fad, failure, fall, fall foul of, fell, fission, flatten, flour, fluff, foul, fragment, fusillade, gag, gas, gasser, gentle, grain, granulate, granulize, grate, great success, grief, grind, grind to powder, hammering, heave, hiding, hit, hit against, hold down, humble, hurt, hurtle, ill hap, impact, impinge, impingement, jab, jar, jolt, jump on, keep down, keep under, kill, killing, knead, knock, knock against, knock down, knock over, knockout, lambasting, lathering, laxate, level, levigate, lick, licking, lift, limber, limber up, loosen, macerate, make mincemeat of, mash, massage, master, mastery, masticate, mauling, meet, meeting, mellow, meteoric success, milden, mill, mince, misadventure, mischance, misfortune, mishap, mollify, momentary success, mow down, mush, muzzle, nasty blow, nose dive, off market, onslaught, overcoming, override, overthrow, overturn, paper pulp, pash, paste, peak, pelf, pelt, percuss, percussion, pestle, pick to pieces, pileup, pith, plaster, plump, plunk, poke, popple, porridge, poultice, pound, pour water on, powder, pratfall, prostrate, pudding, pull down, pull in pieces, pull to pieces, pulp, pulp lead, pulpify, pulpwood, pulverize, punch, put down, quash, quell, quench, quietus, rag pulp, ramming, rap, rase, raze, reduce, reduce to powder, reduce to rubble, relax, rend, repercussion, repress, resounding triumph, retreating market, rhino, ride down, riot, rise, rise and fall, rive, roaring success, rocks, roll, ruin, run into, sag, sagging market, sauce, scatter, scend, scratch, scrunch, send, sensation, shake up, shard, shatter, shekels, shipwreck, shiver, shock, shred, shut down on, sideswipe, silence, sit down on, sit on, slam, slam into, sledgehammering, slog, slug, slump, smack, smack into, smash hit, smash into, smash up, smash-up, smashing, smashup, smatter, smother, sock, soft market, soften, soften up, splinter, split, sponge, squash, squelch, squish, staggering blow, stanch, steamroller, stifle, strangle, strike, strike against, stroke, stuff, stultify, stumble, stumpy, subdual, subdue, subduing, subjugate, subjugation, successful, suffocate, sugar, sulfate pulp, sulfite pulp, sunder, supple, suppress, surge, swat, swell, swing, swipe, tailspin, take apart, take down, tattoo, tear apart, tear down, tear to pieces, tear to shreds, tear to tatters, tenderize, thrashing, throttle, throw down, thrusting, thump, thwack, tone down, toss, total, total loss, tragedy, trample down, trample underfoot, tread underfoot, trimming, triturate, triumph, trouncing, tumble, tune down, unbuild, undo, undoing, undulate, unmake, vanquish, vanquishment, wallop, wampum, washout, wave, welt, whack, wham, whipping, white lead, whomp, whop, wood pulp, wow, wrack, wrack up, wreck, yerk

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