I'll not leave a spark of pride in his body I'll not thrash out of him.
Now it was a place I came to when I had a problem to thrash out.
I suppose that you have a lot of things to thrash out, so you may as well start now.
Unfortunately, it is too large a question to thrash out here.
He must, in some way, thrash out this astounding thing that had come to him.
He wanted to thrash out the matter with Larssen with the least possible delay.
He reveled in the debating societies, and was always ready to thrash out any subject in wordy warfare against all comers.
I thought better of it however, and at length resolved to thrash out the matter for myself.
They thrash out wheat and put it on big heavy sheets to dry.
Aye, lad, if ever the time was that we needed to thrash out a matter in order to come upon the best road, surely it is now.
1580s, "to separate grains from wheat, etc., by beating," dialectal variant of threshen (see thresh). Sense of "beat (someone) with (or as if with) a flail" is first recorded c.1600. Meaning "to make wild movements like those of a flail or whip" is attested from 1846. Related: Thrashed; thrashing. Type of fast heavy metal music first called by this name 1982.