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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of larrup.


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  • The orator shrieks and clamors, and kicks up a lot of dust, and larrups and whacks and hammers the weary old sinful Trust; the congressman chirps and chatters, pursuing his dream of fame; but there's only one thing that matters, and that is the baseball game.

    Rippling Rhymes

  • When the preliminary arrangements are completed, lighting his cigarette, he cramps himself up in the box, and, maintaining a continual clucking, larrups his skinny pony as the crazy gig goes rocking down the street.

    The Great White Tribe in Filipinia

  • 'I sweats my soul out to get up in time, and just when I'm there, up you larrups on them blame ole camels o your'n, and dashes the cup from my lips.

    The Gentleman A Romance of the Sea

  • He reaches at us with his whip, an 'larrups up his hoss,

    Love-Songs of Childhood

  • Frequently the man, out of revenge for such or similar freaks, larrups and pains and worries the horse.

    The Wild Man of the West A Tale of the Rocky Mountains

  • On the edge of the box, it drops out to Jamie Ness who larrups the thing into the top corner before Forster can even think about moving. 3 min: BOOOOOOOOO!

    The Guardian World News

  • The rebound falls to Kuyt, coming a bit too quick for him, and he larrups it, deflected over.

    The Guardian World News

  • Sreesanth drops in a short ball, and Strauss larrups it to wide mid-on.

    The Guardian World News

  • Lampard larrups the set-piece in the direction of Ealing.

    The Guardian World News

  • Anderson to be less decisive and chuck up another full toss that Marsh larrups for six over mid-on.

    The Guardian World News


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