flog, welt, whip, lather, lash, slash, strap, trounce(verb)
beat severely with a whip or rod
"The teacher often flogged the students"; "The children were severely trounced"
cane, flog, lambaste, lambast(verb)
beat with a cane
To whip or scourge someone or something as punishment.
To use something to extreme; to abuse.
To sell something.
To steal something.
To defeat easily or convincingly.
to beat or strike with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with repeated blows
Origin: [Cf. Scot. fleg blow, stroke, kick, AS. flocan to strike, or perh. fr. L. flagellare to whip. Cf. Flagellate.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
flog, v.t. to beat or strike: to lash: to chastise with blows:—pr.p. flog′ging; pa.p. flogged.—n. Flog′ging. [Late; prob. an abbrev. of flagellate.]
The numerical value of FLOG in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of FLOG in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It will slow down the market probably but it will stop the developers loading the prices knowing they can just flog them overseas.
I won't back down over my statements on women's rights, democracy and that one shouldn't flog bloggers, i have nothing to be ashamed of.
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- peitschen, geißelnGerman
- esquilmar, explotar, azotarSpanish
- ruoskia, piestä, ryöstöviljellä, piiskataFinnish
- fouetter, flagellerFrench
- xostrear, xostregar, fustrigarGalician
- frustare, flagellareItalian
- стега́ть, бичева́ть, сечь, поро́ть, хлеста́тьRussian
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