To beat with or as if with a horsewhip.(verb-transitive)
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Use "horsewhip" in a sentence
"In my confused state, I moved out but not fast enough as he (the cold looking brother of my boss) approached me with horsewhip!"
"Now, if the Democrats had said, "Republicans take Medicare out behind the Cannon Office Building and horsewhip it," that's a different story."
"In the 1930s, when Fry was around 9 or 10, he said his father dragged him to the barn and started beating him with a horsewhip for no apparent reason."