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lashed, past participle; lashes, 3rd person singular present; lashing, present participle; lashed, past tense;
  1. Strike (someone) with a whip or stick
    • - they lashed him repeatedly about the head
  2. Beat forcefully against (something)
    • - waves lashed the coast
    • - torrential rain was lashing down
  3. Drive someone into (a particular state or condition)
    • - fear lashed him into a frenzy
  4. (of an animal) Move (a part of the body, esp. the tail) quickly and violently
    • - the cat was lashing its tail back and forth
  5. (of a part of the body) Move in this way

  6. Fasten (something) securely with a cord or rope
    • - the hatch was securely lashed down
    • - he lashed the flag to the mast
  1. A sharp blow or stroke with a whip or rope, typically given as a form of punishment
    • - he was sentenced to fifty lashes for his crime
    • - she felt the lash of my tongue
  2. The flexible leather part of a whip, used for administering such blows

  3. Punishment in the form of a beating with a whip or rope
    • - they were living under the threat of the lash
  4. An eyelash
    • - she fluttered her long dark lashes

  1. eyelash: any of the short curved hairs that grow from the edges of the eyelids
  2. flog: beat severely with a whip or rod; "The teacher often flogged the students"; "The children were severely trounced"
  3. leather strip that forms the flexible part of a whip
  4. lash or flick about sharply; "The lion lashed its tail"
  5. whip: a quick blow delivered with a whip or whiplike object; "the whip raised a red welt"
  6. whip: strike as if by whipping; "The curtain whipped her face"
  7. bind with a rope, chain, or cord; "lash the horse"
  8. Lash is the second EP from The Jesus Lizard (the first was Pure, in 1989).
  9. Lash were an all-female alternative/punk rock band from Perth, Australia. The members Belinda-Lee Reid (vocals, guitar), Jaclyn Pearson (drums), Jessica Bennett (lead guitar) and Micaela Slayford (vocals, bass) all met in high school (Santa Maria College) in Attadale, Western Australia and ...
  10. In mechanical engineering, backlash, sometimes called lash or play, is clearance between mating components, sometimes described as the amount of lost motion due to clearance or slackness when movement is reversed and contact is re-established. ...
  11. Sky High is a 2005 comedic superhero family film from Walt Disney Pictures. It was directed by Mike Mitchell and was written by Paul Hernandez, Robert Schooley, and Mark McCorkle.
  12. The Lash is a 1934 British drama film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Lyn Harding, John Mills and starring Leslie Perrins. It was based on a play by Cyril Campion. A brutish millionaire horsewhips his son.
  13. (Lashes) Flagellation or flogging is the act of methodically beating or whipping (Latin flagellum, "whip") the human body. Specialised implements for it include rods, switches, the cat o' nine tails and the sjambok. ...
  14. The thong or braided cord of a whip, with which the blow is given; A leash in which an animal is caught or held; hence, a snare; A stroke with a whip, or anything pliant and tough; A stroke of satire or sarcasm; an expression or retort that cuts or gives pain; a cut; A hair growing from the ...
  15. To rain. e.g.: "It lashed out of the heavens the whole time." Also verb : 'give it a lash - to make an attempt at something or 'to go on the lash' - to out drinking
  16. Lighter aboard ship: A barge carrier designed to act as a shuttle between ports, taking on and discharging barges.
  17. To hold goods in position by the use of securing devices such as wire rope, lines, chains and straps.
  18. To secure abutting flats with rope. The rope is known as both a Lash Line and a Throw Line.
  19. To make gear secure, usually with a rope
  20. To tie something with a line.
  21. These 900-foot-long ships carry small barges inside the vessel. LASH stands for Lighter Aboard Ship. ...
  22. The piece at the very end of a hunting whip which makes the cracking noise. Also, cracker or popper.
  23. This experimental system used a host ship containing up to eighty-nine 435 ton lighters for Atlantic crossings. The lighters were lifted in and out of the host ship by means of a travelling overhead crane, operating from bridge to stern.
  24. Abbreviation for “lighter aboard ship.” A specially constructed vessel equipped with an overhead traveling gantry crane for lifting specially designed barges out of the water and stowing them into the cellular holds of the vessel (loading) and unstowing (unloading) as well.
  25. Lighter Aboard Ship, i.e. ships which can carry lighters "piggy-back" fashion.