horsewhipped horsewhipped


  1. (n) a whip for controlling horses
  2. (v) whip with a whip intended for horses

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  1. It also tore Waco into feuding factions, got Brann himself kidnaped, beaten and almost lynched, caned and horsewhipped at pistol point, and finally shot to death.
  2. Old Bennett was horsewhipped with a frequency startling even for a time when this was a customary way for readers to suggest disapproval.
  3. If this series lasts more than two episodes, somebody needs to be horsewhipped.



  • "I think any candidate who wants to be president in 2012 who does anything other than go out and build the party and help elect other candidates should be horsewhipped," says Grover Norquist. "Is it about 'me,' or is it about 'us'? [With...
    on Dec 9, 2009 By: Grover Norquist Source: Newsweek

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