Definition of Bethwacks

1. bethwack [v] - See also: bethwack



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bethwacks

bethrall
bethralls
bethreatened
bethrong
bethroth
bethrow
beths
bethumb
bethumbed
bethumbs
bethump
bethumped
bethumping
bethumps
bethwack
bethwacks (current term)
betid
betide
betided
betides
betidest
betideth
betiding
betie
betight
betimber
betime
betimed
betimely
betimes

Literary usage of Bethwacks

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1. The Poetical Works of James Russell Lowell: With Illustrations by James Russell Lowell (1891)
"... He bangs and bethwacks them, — their up by the roots ; His sermons with satire are plenteously backs he salutes With the whole tree of knowledge torn ..."

2. Theodore Parker: Preacher and Reformer by John White Chadwick (1900)
"... head o'er the features of Rabelais); — He bangs and bethwacks them, — their backs he salutes With the whole tree of knowledge torn up by the roots. ..."

3. A Fable for Critics by James Russell Lowell (1890)
"... He bangs and bethwacks them, — their backs he salutes With the whole tree of knowledge torn up by the roots ; His sermons with satire are plenteously ..."

4. West Roxbury Sermons by Theodore Parker, Samuel June Barrows, Franklin Benjamin Sanborn (1902)
"... son's head o'er the features of Rabelais; He bangs and bethwacks them, — their backs he salutes With the whole tree of knowledge torn up by the roots. ..."

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