Definition of Horsewhipped

1. Verb. (past of horsewhip) ¹



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Definition of Horsewhipped

1. horsewhip [v] - See also: horsewhip

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Horsewhipped

horseskins
horsetail
horsetail family
horsetail lichen
horsetail milkweed
horsetails
horsetrade
horsetrader
horsetraders
horsetrading
horseway
horseways
horseweed
horseweeds
horsewhip
horsewhipped (current term)
horsewhipper
horsewhippers
horsewhipping
horsewhippings
horsewhips
horsewoman
horsewomanship
horsewomen
horsewood
horsewoods
horseworm
horseworms
horsey
horsey set

Literary usage of Horsewhipped

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1. A Book for a Rainy Day: Or, Recollections of the Events of the Years 1766-1833 by John Thomas Smith (1861)
"... he had very nearly called him, who had horsewhipped his wife. 1791. I remember on a midsummer morn of this year making one of a party of pleasure, ..."

2. Memoirs of the Court of England During the Reigns of the Stuarts: Including by John Heneage Jesse (1901)
"... Court of Elizabeth— His Marriage to Lady Susan Vere — The Wedding Banquet and Mask — Montgomery's Insolence and Cowardice — He Is horsewhipped by Ramsey ..."

3. The Memories of Sir Llewelyn Turner: Memories Serious and Light of the Irish by Llewelyn Turner, J. E. Vincent (1903)
"... ends—The ill-fated Eclair— More yellow fever—Admirals Gough and Evans—A Russian Count horsewhipped—A descendant of Nelson helped by Sir Llewelyn—Horatia ..."

4. A book for a rainy day: or, Recollections of the events of the last sixty by John Thomas Smith (1861)
"... and of his neighbour, a divine gen- tlem— man, he had very nearly called him, who had horsewhipped his wife. 1791. I remember on a midsummer morn of ..."

5. Passages from the English Note-books of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1880)
"... once horsewhipped Paul Jones, — Jones being a poltroon. How singular it is that the personal courage of famous warriors should be so often called in ..."

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