Did you perhaps mean flogging?
- n. Plural form of flogging.
“Public executions and punishments (such as floggings) became regular events at Afghan soccer stadiums.”
“The beheading of opponents was common and brutal punishments, such as floggings, were often carried out in public, as the radical Islamists sought to impose their brand of strict sharia in the region.”
“As an adult, he suffered “many severe floggings” for neglecting his work and for stealing.”
“Their demands are inevitably more specific than those of revolutionaries, since rebels want the exact things they used to have, whether it is a freedom from daily floggings or a return to lower gas prices.”
“The protesters are under no illusion that the factory whistle will blow and call them back to work, or that the rich will stop the financial floggings on their own initiative.”
“But in a country founded by followers of the strict Wahhabi interpretation of Islam, women are uniformly denied driver's licenses and risk sentences of fines, jail or floggings for driving.”
“No, we would have to allow floggings because floggings are good and appropriate.”
“Steve2: No, we would have to allow floggings because floggings are good and appropriate.”
“Hey ml — Thanks so much for your comment … I think I am going to write an entire post about the floggings.”
“The “floggings” tshirt/bumper sticker is a similar modern trope with a similar point.”
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