Definition of Fustigations

1. Noun. (plural of fustigation) ¹



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Definition of Fustigations

1. fustigation [n] - See also: fustigation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fustigations

fustets
fustian
fustianed
fustianist
fustianists
fustians
fustic
fustics
fustier
fustiest
fustigate
fustigated
fustigates
fustigating
fustigation
fustigations (current term)
fustilarian
fustilarians
fustilug
fustilugs
fustily
fustiness
fustinesses
fusting
fustoc
fustocs
fusts
fusty
fusulinid
fusulinids

Literary usage of Fustigations

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1. Parish Priests and Their People in the Middle Ages in England by Edward Lewes Cutts (1898)
"1450, several persons accused of working on Sundays and saints' days were sentenced to precede the procession as penitents, to receive two "fustigations," ..."

2. History of Newcastle and Gateshead by Howard Pease, Richard Welford (1885)
"To have two fustigations [whippings] round the parish church of Gateshead, and one round the parish church of St. Nicholas ..."

3. The Advanced Montessori Method by Maria Montessori (1917)
"Indeed, those fustigations and corporal punishments which not very long ago were usual in prisons, lunatic asylums, and schools have been abandoned in ..."

4. Histoire de la constitution civile du clergé (1790-1801) by Ludovic Sciout (1872)
"—Fureur des assermentés contre les catholiques. — On les maltraite, on les traîne de force à l'Église constitutionnelle. — fustigations des femmes. ..."

5. The English Church in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries by William Wolfe Capes (1900)
"... the solemn fustigations, or the doleful processions of offenders, but there was much complaint of the informers who lived upon this questionable trade; ..."

6. English Life and Manners in the Later Middle Ages by Annie Abram (1913)
"Two women were condemned to fustigations because they had washed linen on St. Mary Magdalen's day. The wife of Thomas Johnson was reported as disobedient to ..."

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