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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lash.
“The wind and rain lashed a peridot sea, and the only sign of life we spotted was a lone eider duck bobbing in the surf well away from shore.”
“Mar. 5th, 2010 01: 25 am (UTC) "The wind and rain lashed a peridot sea, and the only sign of life we spotted was a lone eider duck bobbing in the surf well away from shore.”
“Rain lashed down, blurring the windows, washing away all visibility.”
“Steve clung to the wheel and fought to keep his eyes open as horizontal rain lashed his face.”
“Yesterday, Brewer once again lashed out at the federal government because she says it's not enforcing existing immigration law.”
“The president of Iran again lashed out at Israel on Friday and said it was “heading toward annihilation,” just days after Tehran raised fears about its nuclear activities by saying it successfully enriched uranium for the first time.”
“New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin lashed out at state and federal authorities saying they were “thinking small” in the face of the massive crisis.”
“I see he has got my portmanteau lashed behind the coach.”
“The sun came out, the sun vanished, and freezing rain lashed across the Kate Creek valley.”
“The Devils captain lashed out after Monday's loss, calling for coach Larry Robinson to start benching players.”
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What I have to say is far more important than how long my eyelashes are.
“She lowered her lashes until they almost cuddled her cheeks and slowly...
The helm's alee, all decks secured,
The sails tight-reefed and lashed.
The sea-anchor strains, the rigging hums,
And the sailor's hopes are dashed.
For with anxious ...
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