Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of spanking.

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Examples

  • And it worked, to the degree that I tended not to do the things that (if caught) would result in spankings.

    spoil the child. « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • Fujio, recalling the spankings he received spanks the teacher back, using a shovel.

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  • These "spankings" are never as good as billed, or as deserved ... but I'll check it later.

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  • And if there has ever been some corporate "spankings" needed in this Oligarchy of ours, it's right now.

    The Gun Toting Liberal

  • It's easier than it sounds ... we've already morally outlawed spankings and giving teachers freedom in disciplining them.

    Jeff Klima: How to Get Kids to Read Again

  • Yes, he admitted, the spankings might have been a little too hard for girls, but he had disciplined them out of love.

    The 7

  • The editor handed it over, and he read it and hit the proverbial roof at how explicit the sex scenes were (spankings, bondage, whippings, and hanky-panky in public on the hood of a car were all involved, as I recall).

    Ed Greenwood–Day 5

  • And I know others, others in the SAME FAMILY, who are convinced that those spankings (from the same adults) made a significant dent in their self-esteem, ability to trust, proneness to shame, and so on.

    A Spanking A Day Keeps Failure Away? | Her Bad Mother

  • As usual in these ranking spankings, no mention is ever made of the actual metric on which the rankings were based and how many score points separated them.

    October 29th, 2009

  • I wholeheartedly trust that my father would never have gone beyond where he did with his spankings.

    Sticks And Stones | Her Bad Mother

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