But now, in the present climate, the number is handy for the Pentagon to flog around town, so there it is.
But how hard is it to make a doll that looks like the picture of the doll you are using to flog the doll itself?
Captain Burgess, Macklewain tells me you are going to flog Kirkland.
If the culprits are Swahilis I flog them, and if they're whites I send them back to the coast.
In the morning she was tied up to the captain's bed, with her face close to his, and a person was ordered to flog her.
As fast as grinning boys could flog— What d'ye think of that, my cat?
Sometimes it takes the form of a theory which holds that one can at will flog anything into or out of a pupil.
Randolphe and another were wanted to-night, to flog the ponds.
She has had him under the thong altogether, and has not found it difficult to flog him when she had got him by the hind leg.
flog me the first time I refuse, Joeboy, and shoot me the next time.
1670s, slang, perhaps a schoolboy shortening of Latin flagellare "flagellate." Related: Flogged; flogging.
To offer for sale; peddle, esp in the sense of public hawking: I went to the convention to flog a new book/ Motel and bus companies flog special charter rates
[British 1919+ fr armed forces; fr British slang flog the clock, ''move the clockhands forward in order to deceive,'' applied later to the illicit selling of military stores]