Noun(1) an ax used to slaughter cattle; has a hammer opposite the blade(2) a battle ax used in the Middle Ages; a long handled ax and a pick
Verb(1) fell with or as if with a poleax
(1) Inside is a room with just four tables, a couple of huge stacks of tottering CDs that threaten to poleaxe the barman, and shelves lined with wine bottles, each one with the price scribbled on the glass in silver magic marker.(2) After getting hit a few times with the poleaxe and half-moon blades, she'd taken out her opponents in under five minutes, the second in less than three.(3) Parkinson's super 40-yard angled pass split the Ashton defence and it was all keeper Trueman could do to poleaxe Fitzgerald as he homed in on goal.(4) I was just stunned by how the gaps in his answers didn't seem like he was thinking, but that he was poleaxed .(5) Whether it made contact or not, Cuthbertson collapsed, apparently poleaxed .(6) Ball had been niggling away at the Dutch striker, but, as they turned to run towards the box, his elbow poleaxed the young defender.(7) The missile hit him full on the knee, poleaxing him to the ground, and ricocheted into the river.(8) Friday morning I woke up feeling like I'd been poleaxed , as did Heather.(9) However, being almost poleaxed by a runaway motorbike is not usually part of an evening of entertainment.(10) Unfortunately a handful of the spectators misbehaved - the best knockout of the night left one spectator poleaxed for several minutes.(11) But the local area surveillance technology involved is poleaxing cars, immobilising them and/or setting off their alarms.(12) The one black mark for Bridge was a serious injury to striker Phil Eastwood, who was taken to hospital for tests after being poleaxed by a clearance.(13) Colonel Anderson looked like he'd been poleaxed when he heard you laugh for the first time, when you slipped and I barely caught you that time.(14) For a few minutes, his primary emotion was self-pity, and then he looked up at the television, watching as Robbie Kearns, whom he had poleaxed with a stiff arm to the head, was brought around and the game began to unfold.(15) In just the second game of his comeback from a nine-week lay-off with a torn cruciate ligament, the Great Britain prop was poleaxed in the build-up to the final try of the game and had to be helped from the field after refusing a stretcher.(16) Having poleaxed the thug, she sauntered off, leaving the detail of his detainment to two remarkably civic-minded passers-by.
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