He would have liked to spring on Dunstan, wrench the whip
from his hand, and flog him to within an inch of his life; and no bodily fear could have deterred him; but he was mastered by another sort of fear, which was fed by feelings stronger even than his resentment.
In the courtyard and down the rocky way the roll of heavy wheels, the crack of whips
, and the chorus of the Szgany as they pass into the distance.
Before the officer finished his sentence Prince Andrew, his face distorted with fury, rode up to him and raised his riding whip
Two lads in the crowd snatched up whips
and ran to the mare to beat her about the ribs.
Topsy, I shall have to whip
you, if you tell lies so.
If you can tell me what you will get for your roast meat, you shall be free, and shall also keep the whip
These tender-hearted gentry should consider that it's not merely a squire, but a governor they are asking to whip
himself; just as if it was 'drink with cherries.
One started to follow me, but retreated again when Montgomery cracked his whip
His fury boiled up, and when he had sworn half-a-dozen vulgar, impious oaths, without, however, venturing to lift the whip
, he continued :-
With his assistance and my bull whip
I succeeded in separating them before either was killed.
Nikita took the whip
that hung over the front of the sledge and struck him once.
While this was being done, slowly, amidst mutterings and restlessness on the part of the onlookers, one of the house-boys fetched a heavy-handled, heavy-lashed whip