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I need a more formal word or phrase for saying "beat up." My sentance is something like 'he beat him up' but i`m writing a formal piece so I need to substitute the phrase for something more formal. Any ideas?

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    Attacked, assaulted, mugged, etc.

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    :O thanks

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