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  • v. Present participle of larrup.


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  • Brathwacker will be the listened after and he larruping sparks out of his teiney ones.

    Finnegans Wake

  • “Oh! no; I just sat down in the street while I was larruping those morkins and they took my whip and ran away.”

    On Forsyte 'Change

  • On one of those Saturdays, as I was in the heart of the theater district, a volley of teen-age girls came larruping down the street bellowing, The Rolling Stones!


  • I might have been snug and warm and larruping Mrs Popplewell this minute.

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

  • Stein was in an uneasy and dangerous mood, his great hands white-knuckled as he gripped the railing and pretended to watch the apprentice fighters larruping each other out in the arena.

    The Golden Torc

  • Jessup's delivery boy, driving back from his last trip, was larruping his horse and careful

    Green Valley

  • They did not at first notice a small red car larruping gaily over the road beneath the ledge, though the driver was a pink-haired man in a green coat.

    Free Air

  • He was glad when the bandsmen came larruping home from the dance.

    The Trail of the Hawk A Comedy of the Seriousness of Life

  • She had to go larruping off by herself on Bill's horse Jake, and she hasn't come back yet.


  • Ryan once more came larruping down the grade to Camp Cajon and turned in there with a dogged purpose in his eyes and with his jaw set stubbornly.

    The Trail of the White Mule


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