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flogged

[ flogd, flawgd ]
/ flɒgd, flɔgd /
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adjective
having been beaten with a whip, stick, etc.:“My only crime was singing and dancing," said one of the flogged people, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of fears for their personal safety.
overused or aggressively sold, promoted, or publicized:Notwithstanding the fact that globalization is a much flogged word these days, there is no denying that it offers many opportunities.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of flog.
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OTHER WORDS FROM flogged

un·flogged, adjective

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