Definition of Kurbashing

1. kurbash [v] - See also: kurbash



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kurbashing

kunyas
kunzite
kunzites
kupcikite
kupfernickel
kupffer cells
kupletskite
kupuna
kupunas
kurakkan
kuramite
kuranakhite
kurbash
kurbashed
kurbashes
kurbashing (current term)
kurchatovite
kurchatovium
kurchee
kurchi
kurchi bark
kurdaitcha
kurdaitcha man
kurdaitchas
kurfuffle
kurfuffles
kurgan
kurgans
kurgantaite
kuri

Literary usage of Kurbashing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Nile Notes of a Howadji by George William Curtis (1852)
"ance of his delighted expectation of incessant kurbashing for a brace of hours, on our way to Syene. The motley crowd tumbled aboard. ..."

2. Pre-Raphaelitism and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood by William Holman Hunt (1905)
"All the actors of that day have now passed away—the Pasha in his gorgeous carriage, with running footmen kurbashing the subservient pedestrians ..."

3. From Korti to Khartum: A Journal of the Desert March from Korti to Gubat and by Charles William Wilson (1886)
"The officers were worse than useless, and in spite of a little kurbashing, would or perhaps could not help us. The blacks had lighted fires, ..."

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