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decleat

decleat v. in American football, to knock an opponent off his feet. Also n., decleater. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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decleat  v.— «He took a 190-pound kid who lowered his shoulder on Rick and decleated him.» —“W. Ridge’s Hammond picks CU” by Natalie Meisler Denver Post (Colo.) Jan. 8, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued...

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decleater  v.— «Todd Steele earned the team’s award as decleater of the week for his blocking. A decleater is knocking an opponent off his feet. He buried some Illinois defensive backs last week.» —“USC’s 248-Pound Todd Steele Is a...

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decleat  v.— «“You run at them with the pitch and power plays and, although you might not get the yards at first, they’ll be worn down in the third and fourth quarters to the point that they don’t feel like coming off blocks and you can...

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decleat  v.— «Faulk charged downfield, upended a would-be blocker—a “decleating,” in NFL parlance—and dropped Jamal Robertson “like nobody else was on the field,” coach Mike Martz said.» —“Trev Faulk makes...