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If you don't come to your senses, Mrs. Peckaby, you'll get a walloping, to bring you to 'em; and that's about it.
VERNER'S PRIDEMRS. HENRY WOOD
He knew his destination, and had no need to trouble about the ungainly, walloping creature, who kicked him as he passed.
THE POINTING MANMARJORIE DOUIE
Is enough as good as a feast, if the former is enough of walloping and the latter is composed of pheasant and champagne?
You wouldn't say so if you had seen him walloping me with a hard leather strap.
ONE DAY MOREJOSEPH CONRAD
Night quiet and serene, but dead calm—a fine contrast to the pitching, rolling, and walloping of last night.
There must have been some walloping of the horsehide, and I feel sorry for the fielders that had to chase the ball.
"Well, not since my dad gave me a walloping last," laughed the boy.
Just remember the walloping we gave you the last time you were here.
I never bodit ony good for my part o' the gowden cuishes and the gorget, and the three walloping tod tails.
Walloping, a beating or thrashing; sometimes used in an adjective sense, as big, or very large.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN

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