Noun(1) beating with a whip or strap or rope as a form of punishment(2) rope that is used for fastening something to something else
Verb(1) beat severely with a whip or rod(2) lash or flick about sharply(3) strike as if by whipping(4) bind with a rope, chain, or cord
Adjective(1) violently urging on by whipping or flogging
(1) The playing of music brought the penalty of a public lashing , audio cassettes were smashed and the tapes fluttered from telegraph posts in most cities.(2) We could do nothing as our classmate next to us whimpered as they received a verbal lashing after catching the hardass's eyes when they took a glance at the clock.(3) I don't know which I felt more, relief at having escaped a physical beating or humiliation over his verbal lashing .(4) The court has ordered that her lashing not be carried out until she delivers the baby.(5) Nobody appreciates a moral lashing from a pal, especially if it's over insignificant Hollywood rumors or other trite stuff.(6) Now that the truth was out, Kat was prepared to get the verbal lashing of her life.(7) Customers were less casual about buying tapes in the presence of usually rare foreign visitors, aware that they run the risk of a public lashing if found in possession of music.(8) She would've seen who was boss with his verbal lashing .(9) Meanwhile two of Australia's intelligence agencies have received a lashing in a report from a US-based think-tank.(10) Take a politician, any politician, add a little humour, some venom, some wit, a good lashing of ridicule and then throw it at your audience.(11) he was on the receiving end of a verbal lashing yesterday(12) It's a far greater thing to sit in a witness box under the tongue lashing of a ├ö├ç├┐wig├ö├ç├û than to babble a complaint to a Garda in the heat of the moment.(13) His disbelief stems from the fact that his rise to fame seemed to end as quickly as it started, which he blames on over-exposure, bad career choices and a lashing from the media.(14) Miss Ophelia goes to Marie and tells her that Rosa is very sorry for her fault and that she feels a lashing from a whipping house is too harsh a punishment.(15) But the government too came in for a lashing for not doing enough to prevent a rerun of last winter's disasters.(16) Sources say that he got a verbal lashing from other councillors.
(1) lash :: 打ちます
1. tanning ::
2. whip ::
3. beat against ::
4. swish ::
5. fasten ::
Different Formslashing, lashings
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