He said one day, just after one of these braggarts had been soundly thrashed by the Confederates:“These fellows remind me of the fellow who owned a dog which, so he said, just hungered and thirsted to combat and eat up wolves.
D’Artagnan did reflect, and resolved to thrash Planchet provisionally; which he did with the conscientiousness that d’Artagnan carried into everything.
“He discovered everything, the monster... himself......”“Don’t abuse him; though I dare say you have something to complain of....”“He beat me, he thrashed me unmercifully!”
My wings twitched madly, and my tail thrashed so quickly it almost vibrated.
The peasant beats it, beats itsavagely, beats it at last not knowing what he is doing in theintoxication of cruelty, thrashes it mercilessly over and overagain. ‘
“It’s not that they thrashed me exactly, but what I mean is- ” putin Maximov.
His moan of pleasure spurred me on, and my body continued thrashing wildly beneath him.
His thin legs thrashed for a long moment, jerkily and convulsively, the way a snake dies.
Yes, I think we have thoroughly thrashed that one out.’
She rocked back and forth, no longer thrashing but still frantic.
He merely thrashed his team-mates.
The laughter in the cart and in the crowd was redoubled, but Mikolka flew into a rage and furiously thrashed the mare, as though he supposed she really could gallop.