[ UK /hˈɔːswɪp/ ]
  1. a whip for controlling horses
  1. whip with a whip intended for horses
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How To Use horsewhip In A Sentence

  • This was the woman who, at her divorce trial four years before, had publicly admitted to using a horsewhip on her wealthy elderly husband during lovemaking. 'Girl of Murder City'
  • He is an unrepentant hyena who should be horsewhipped.
  • If it is the ‘done thing’ nowadays for columnists to act like this then it's about time they were all horsewhipped on the steps of their clubs.
  • In the 1930s, when Fry was around 9 or 10, he said his father dragged him to the barn and started beating him with a horsewhip for no apparent reason. Iowa: The Harvard of Coaching
  • By the end of the advert, the black man clearly wishes it had been the horsewhip.
  • Now, if the Democrats had said, "Republicans take Medicare out behind the Cannon Office Building and horsewhip it," that's a different story. Politifact Has Decided That A Totally True Thing Is The "Lie Of The Year," For Some Reason
  • I too think these school-run mums in automotive leviathans should be horsewhipped to within an inch of their lives.
  • For that alone, the makers of this abomination should be horsewhipped.
  • In my confused state, I moved out but not fast enough as he (the cold looking brother of my boss) approached me with horsewhip! Before I lost her
  • He was horsewhipped for speaking out and, with a bruised and bleeding body, was eventually taken in by the police.
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