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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The men left their tarring and caulking under the drying-stages.
THE HARBOR MASTERTHEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS
Hamilton had already turned to Tarring and he wheeled with a snap in his voice.
DESTINYCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Once we thought of tarring him; but a tarred horse would be nearly as plain to be noticed as a skew-bald.
A KING'S COMRADECHARLES WHISTLER
I think that captain deserved tarring and feathering, anyway,' one of the men said to me.
A VOYAGE IN THE 'SUNBEAM'ANNIE ALLNUT BRASSEY
The roof he was tarring was a little above him, with the result that he himself was fairly covered with sprinklings of the tar.
They worked at the rope-tarring till suppertime, then rose wearily, stretching, and went for their salt-horse and biscuit.
THE BLACK BUCCANEERSTEPHEN W. MEADER
Between Salvington and Worthing lies Tarring, noted for its fig gardens.
She pictures New Englanders as tarring and feathering cultivated English ladies.
Till about 1830 lynching never meant killing; it was applied only to whippings or to tarring and feathering.
THE SOUTHERN SOUTHALBERT BUSHNELL HART
Mr. Tarring was also a specialist in ideas and from his confidence of bearing one seemed to derive a snap of electric energy.
DESTINYCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK

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