verb (used with object), flag·el·lat·ed, flag·el·lat·ing.
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Now and again imitation has been resorted to by well-known masters to flagellate the taste of their own day.Chats on Old Sheffield Plate|Arthur Hayden
C, Later stage, resolving itself into two flagellate gametes.
The endoderm has cylindrical cells, each one of which has a flagellate hair.The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide|Augusta Foote Arnold
I will cut him up, sir; I will flay him—flagellate him—finish him!
Byron, Shelley, and Moore all flagellate him in their poetry.