Until then, keep your head high and the flogging with a hardcover copy of Our Bodies, Ourselves to a minimum.
Mansfield Frazier, who has done time, on why flogging may be more humane than a decrepit prison.
According to some reports, the flogging of the new mother is to take place in less than two weeks.
1670s, slang, perhaps a schoolboy shortening of Latin flagellare "flagellate." Related: Flogged; flogging.
To offer for sale; peddle, esp in the sense of public hawking: I went to the convention to flog a new book/ Motel and bus companies flog special charter rates
[British 1919+ fr armed forces; fr British slang flog the clock, ''move the clockhands forward in order to deceive,'' applied later to the illicit selling of military stores]