horsewhip

[hawrs-hwip, -wip]
noun
1.
a whip for controlling horses.
verb (used with object), horsewhipped, horsewhipping.
2.
to beat with a horsewhip.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English. See horse, whip

horsewhipper, noun
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horsewhip (ˈhɔːsˌwɪp)
 
n
1.  a whip, usually with a long thong, used for managing horses
 
vb , -whips, -whipping, -whipped
2.  (tr) to flog with such a whip
 
'horsewhipper
 
n

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Cash heaped insult after insult upon him and threatened, if he did net fight, te go te his house and horsewhip him.
He was an orphan, and his guardians had beat him with a horsewhip.
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