Definition of Knouted

1. Verb. (past of knout) ¹



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Definition of Knouted

1. knout [v] - See also: knout

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Knouted

knottiness
knottinesses
knotting
knottings
knottle
knotty
knotty pine
knotweed
knotweeds
knotwork
knotworks
knotwort
knotworts
knouleche
knout
knouted (current term)
knouting
knoutings
knouts
know
know'd
know-all
know-alls
know-how
know-it-all
know-it-alls
know apart
know beans about
know every trick in the book
know from a bar of soap

Literary usage of Knouted

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1. Young Folks' History of Russia by Nathan Haskell Dole (1883)
"HOW A REFORMER knouted HIS ONLY SON. THE victory of Poltava secured to Russia the long-desired haven on the Baltic. Peter felt that the new city at the ..."

2. The Russian Peasantry: Their Agrarian Condition, Social Life and Religion by S. Stepniak (1888)
"Those who recanted were knouted and set free; but if they relapsed into heresy a second time no mercy might be shown them, and they were burned, ..."

3. Vindication of Russia and the Emperor Nicholas by David K. Hitchcock (1844)
"If the accused refused to plead, he was knouted. Was this worse than, ... If the judge was not convinced by either party, they were both knouted again, ..."

4. Works by Manuel Márquez Sterling, William Makepeace Thackeray, Leslie Stephen, Louise Stanage (1902)
"... sir, knouted in the midst of England—in Berkeley Square, for having said that the Grand Duchess Olga's hair was red. 'ft And now, sir, will you tell me ..."

5. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray by William Makepeace Thackeray, Sir Leslie Stephen (1898)
"She was knouted, sir, knouted in the midst of England—in Berkeley Square, for having said that the Grand Duchess Olga's hair was red. ..."

6. The Annual Register (1895)
"The peasants both sexes were first stripped and then knouted. This Governor himself admitted, and also that the peasants not armed, and that they knelt down ..."

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