She held out her quivering hands which the wind was lashing.
She fell and tried to escape on her hands and knees; but lashing her again he jerked her to her feet.
And he drove off, lashing his horse so fiercely that it almost bolted.
And he lashed his horse ferociously as though he were lashing himself.
The chuckles of this poor man were like cuts from a whip to Therese, lashing and urging her on.
When I stepped round to get at the lashing, he let out a sort of soft bellow.
The wind tore the words from his mouth as it struck them in lashing fury.
You might heave your rump up half a foot, but for lashing out—oho!
Louder and fiercer roared the Box Elder, lashing its banks with foam.
This time the driver got some revenge by lashing a couple of them with his long whip.