Thrashest vs Thrashiest - What's the difference?
As a verb thrashest
As an adjective thrashiest is
To beat mercilessly.
To defeat utterly.
, date=January 8
, author=Paul Fletcher
, title=Stevenage 3 - 1 Newcastle
, passage=Pardew made five changes to the side that thrashed
West Ham 5-0 on Wednesday - with players such as James Perch and Alan Smith given the chance to underline their case for a regular starting berth. }}
To move about wildly or violently; to flail; to labour.
* '', 1987, ''John Dryden: The Major Works , Oxford University Press,
(software) To extensively test a software system, giving a program various inputs and observing the behavior and outputs that result.
(computing) In computer architecture, to cause poor performance of a virtual memory (or paging) system.
- I rather would be Maevius, thrash for rhymes, / Like his, the scorn and scandal of the times.
A beat or blow; the sound of beating.
* 1918 , ,
* 1934 May, ,
- Even among friends at the dinner-table he talked as though he were denouncing them, or someone else, on a platform; he measured his phrases, built his sentences, cumulated his effects, and pounded his opponents, real or imagined. His humor was glow, like iron at dull heat; his blow was elementary, like the thrash of a whale.
(music) A particularly aggressive and intense form of heavy metal music with a focus on speed, technical precision, and alternate picking.
- As he reeled on wide-braced legs, sobbing for breath, the jungle and the moon swimming bloodily to his sight, the thrash of bat-wings was loud in his ears.
* (music) thrash metal
* (computing, software) P. J. Denning. 1968. Thrashing: Its Causes and Prevention. Proceedings AFIPS,1968 Fall Joint Computer Conference, vol. 33, pp. 915-922.
(music) Resembling thrash.