Definition of Drub:
Synonyms of Drub:
Sentence/Example of Drub:
Jack, life is a great schoolmaster, but why does it take so long to drub any sense into these blockheads of ours?
In the midst of his reflections the drub of the muffled telephone beat its insistent tattoo.
On the other hand, we extend the meaning of drub, the Arabic word for bastinado, to a beating of any kind.
Also, to beat or drub a person, a sense known to Shakspeare as well as to seamen.
And as for the men, what could they think, when the preacher could drub any six of them?
Laura began to drub on the drawing-room window and nod and laugh from it.
A hundred years ago it was the critic's pleasure to drub authors with cruel and unnecessary vigour.
Drub says that the actors left out "a considerable load of Obscenity and Prophaness."
I'll break his bird-traps and smash his nets, and I'll get my big cousin, the blacksmith, to drub him to a jelly.
After a time the drub-drubbing became curiously hypnotising.