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And yet if we had been that low-cut lady we would certainly have given that interfering and priggish little youngster a walloping.
SEEING THINGS AT NIGHTHEYWOOD BROUN
My father hasnt used the strap on me for some time, but Im going to pad my trousers in preparation for the coming walloping.
THE NEW BOYS AT OAKDALEMORGAN SCOTT
Decatur happened to see the whole affair, and, rushing out, he gave the policeman then and there a terrific walloping.
TWELVE NAVAL CAPTAINSMOLLY ELLIOT SEAWELL
He was always walloping us boys, and swearing and kicking and cuffing us about.
ST. NICHOLAS MAGAZINE FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, VOL. 5, SEPTEMBER 1878, NO. 11VARIOUS
The walloping was fairly divided; but it was Maurice who gave out first, and said he had to go home.
THE VEHEMENT FLAMEMARGARET WADE CAMPBELL DELAND
One would only have had to have given her a walloping across the back to have made her regularly wallow in drink.
L'ASSOMMOIREMILE ZOLA
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
I thought they were going to drown you, and I decided to take a hand and give them a walloping, said Berry sullenly.
THE MOTOR BOYS AFLOATCLARENCE YOUNG
I never bodit ony good for my part o' the gowden cuishes and the gorget, and the three walloping tod tails.
THE THREE PERILS OF MAN, VOL. 3 (OF 3)JAMES HOGG
Just remember the walloping we gave you the last time you were here.
BASEBALL JOE, CAPTAIN OF THE TEAMLESTER CHADWICK

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