- v. Simple past tense and past participle of scourge.
“Faithful, to beat them with that number of blows till their blood flows with my tears, I pitying them the while, and well they wot that their being scourged is no fault of mine and they accept my excuses.”
“- have been scourged, is an expression of some kind of European or Swedish animosity against America.”
“Then they stripped Our Lord of His garments, fastened His hands to a low stone pillar, and there He was "scourged" by the Roman soldiers.”
“This is unfair to Ajijic, which has been scourged in the past unfairly by someone we all know especially by those who have been around awhile.”
“Which is nothing compared with the attentions lavished by the Romans on a Christian named Apphianus, who was racked for 24 hours and scourged so hard that "his ribs and spine showed.”
“A few short years later, she stood by, helpless, as her son was sentenced to death, scourged to a bloody pulp, and nailed to a cross.”
“The redesign of the cockpit has scourged the 911 of the stubborn cheapness that affected the previous cars.”
“Instead, he pushes her away, and sneers at me, my red flesh, scourged like Jesus on the Via D'Olorosa.”
“He laughingly called Jesus the King of the Jews and ordered him to be scourged.”
“In various Surahs the unbelievers get scourged for treating their religion as a sport and a pastime, and they often end up drinking boiling water for it.”
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