bone-crunching

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Adjective[edit]

bone-crunching (comparative more bone-crunching, superlative most bone-crunching)

  1. (idiomatic) Very violent or hard.
    • 2009 May 28, Penelope Green, “Jersey Girls, Nesting”, New York Times:
      Indeed, when baby-voiced Teresa describes the bone-crunching finishes in her new home, a 12,000-square-foot French chateau simulacrum that’s “all granite, marble and onyx,” and avers her commitment to the brand-spanking new (“I just skeeve looking at other people’s houses,” she says.
    • 2009 November 27, “Jimi Hendrix's Voodoo Child has 'best guitar riff'”, BBC:
      The bone-crunching AC/DC classic Back In Black landed at number six, followed by Metallica's Enter Sandman and the chiming riff of The Beatles' Day Tripper at eight.
    • 2011‎ April 2, Steve Brenner, “Joey will defy pack of Wolves”, The Sun:
      Back in August, the Toon ace was kicked from pillar to post by Karl Henry in a bone-crunching midfield battle at Molineux.