Thesaurus / wigging


If you ever needed a wigging or any other punishment Id give it to you.

The Arrival of JimpsonRalph Henry Barbour

He would show that young lady whether she could treat him so outrageously without getting the wigging she deserved.

The HighgraderWilliam MacLeod Raine

Either we won't be alive to bear the wigging, or else we'll be tails up.

As for trenchdwellers like myself, we never came in touch with them except when we were in for a wigging.

That made him more wretched than ever; and it was only an ordinary "Colonel's wigging!"

I am glad, however, the czar gave the general a wigging, for he spoke brutally to me on my arrival.

A Jacobite ExileG. A. Henty

The captains all got a wigging for failing to keep us in hand; but they were powerless.

I say, Freda, your father missed a wigging this morning when they drew blank at Warnham's spinney.

Of course the colonel would have given us a wigging, but at heart he would have been as pleased at the joke as any of us.

Last night Jones was simply drunk, and got a wigging, no doubt, when he found his room.

The Cockaynes in ParisBlanchard Jerrold

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