bastinado

[ bas-tuh-ney-doh, -nah-doh ]SEE DEFINITION OF bastinado
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Get ye gone, or the bastinado and the bowstring shall be your portion.

He condemned some to a bastinado, which was inflicted in his presence.

"Judge how much your bastinado can affect me," he said, with superb disdain.

I did not live to bastinado Krak; nor would I now had I the power.

The bastinado was inflicted on both sexes, as with the Jews.

It may be so; but education is universal in China, and so is the bastinado.

He is a Sultan who need not order the bastinado, so long as he can order the sack.

The ordinary punishment for minor offences is the cangue and the bastinado.

A dozen strokes of the bastinado had been awarded for the first offence.

I wish you to arrest them and give each one hundred stripes with the bastinado.

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