punishing

[ puhn-i-shing ]SEE DEFINITION OF punishing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PUNISHING

I have lived a very nasty, horrible life, and now God is punishing me as I deserve.

Upon his return, the King was for punishing such an offence as this.

But if the former were blameless, where is the justice of punishing them for the faults of others?

Then you are likely to give up your plan of punishing the man for defaming and degrading you?

The matter of discovering and punishing the culprit devolved on Lambert alone.

His mind at last settled to the task of discovering and punishing the raiders.

He little dreamed what he was preparing for himself in punishing Teed.

"That is punishing themselves, and not the teacher," said Mr. George.

The punishing of evil-doers did more than eliminate them from his threshold.

Glavour gave a cry of pain as the punishing hold was applied.

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