1. whip, knout, scourge, flagellum, bull-whip, cat-o'-nine-tails, cat, cowhide, rawhide, quirt, U.S. blacksnake.
2. blow, stroke, bang, hit, smack, rap; knock, buffet, cuff, Inf. wallop, slam, swat, slap, whack, thwack, Inf. bat, Inf. sock, Inf. whop, Inf. lick, Sl. smackeroo, Sl. zinger; strike, thump, tap, pat, poke, swipe, dab, jab.
3. goad, prod, whip, sting, prick, spur.
4. thrash, flog, switch, swat, birch, scourge, whip, horsewhip, thresh, flail; Inf. lambaste, Inf. whale, Inf. whomp; smite, thwack, slap, smack.
5. drive, push, propel, hound, whip, flog; prick, poke, stick, rowel, spur, prompt, prod; provoke, instigate, incite, actuate; foment, agitate, excite, arouse, rouse, whip up, work up, stir up, wind up, enflame, fire up, kindle, touch off; encourage, urge, egg on, put up to.
6. berate, scold, chide, tongue-lash, rate, harangue, rant, curse, execrate, imprecate, anathematize; upbraid, objurgate, excoriate, Inf. lambaste, flay, fulminate against; castigate, chastise, berate, censure, criticize, reproach, rebuke, reprove, Inf. jump on, Inf. dress down, Inf. slam, Sl. jump all over, Sl. chew out, Inf. bawl out, Sl. strafe.
7.Often lash out
vilify, traduce, asperse, calumniate, impugn, slur, malign; denounce, decry, disparage, discredit, belittle, minimize, run or put down, Inf. knock.
8. flick, flicker, bat, flutter, flap, wag, waggle, whip, switch.
fasten, attach, affix, fix; tie, bind, tether, make fast, hitch, rope, string, belay, strap, lace, leash; secure, join connect.

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