horsewhip

Part of speech: verb

To chastise with a horsewhip.

Part of speech: noun

A whip for managing horses.

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Usage examples "horsewhip":

  1. To get my horsewhip! - "Thelma", Marie Corelli.
  2. Moreover, she carried things with a high hand, and threatened Jonathan Wild, the biggest constable in Bedford, to horsewhip him. - "The Coming of the King", James Hocking.
  3. I see it all; but shouldn't I just like to have fast hold of that rascal's neck with one hand, and a good stout horsewhip in the other. - "Amos Huntingdon", T.P. Wilson.