Definition of Larrup

1. Verb. Give a spanking to; subject to a spanking. "They want to larrup the prisoners "

Exact synonyms: Paddle, Spank
Generic synonyms: Beat, Beat Up, Work Over
Derivative terms: Paddle, Spank, Spanker, Spanking



Definition of Larrup

1. v. t. To beat or flog soundly.

Definition of Larrup

1. Verb. to beat or thrash ¹

2. Noun. backchat or rudeness ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Larrup

1. to beat or thrash [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Larrup

larned
larnin
larning
larnite
larnites
larns
larnt
laroid
larosite
larotaxel
larrigan
larrigans
larrikin
larrikinism
larrikins
larrup (current term)
larruped
larruper
larrupers
larruping
larrupped
larrupping
larrups
lars
larsenite
larum
larum-bell
larums
larungoscope
larupped

Literary usage of Larrup

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1. Jokes for All Occasions: Selected and Ed. by One of America's Foremost (1922)
""The hell you are! That's the church I belong to! So long! . . . Driver, larrup them mules!" A Scotch Presbyterian clergyman tells the story of a ..."

2. Polly Peablossom's Wedding: And Other Tales by Thomas A. Burke (1854)
"No," sez I, " an' ef you sez I begun it, I'll larrup you in er inch of your life!" Sez he, " You eternal ole cuss, ef -you want to ..."

3. Traits of American Humour by Thomas Chandler Haliburton (1852)
"No/ sez I; ' an' ef you sez I begun it I'll larrup you in er inch of your life.' " Sez he, ' You eternal ole cuss, ef you want to larrup me, ..."

4. The Boston Cooking School Magazine of Culinary Science and Domestic Economics by Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.) (1905)
""Then you are doubtless familiar with larrup, scouse, ... the great point in making larrup, which is eaten with black molasses, and called for not less than ..."

5. Dictionary of Americanisms: A Glossary of Words and Phrases Usually Regarded by John Russell Bartlett (1860)
"larrup. To beat, to flog. — Forby. The man that says the country won't be ... Just come on an' I 'll larrup you till your mammy won't know you from a pile ..."

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