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lashing

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NounEdit

lashing (plural lashings)

  1. Something used to tie something or lash it to something.
    The lashings, that were holding the chest to the deck of the storm tossed ship, broke and it went overboard.
  2. (in the form "lashings of"): plenty of
    Lashings of ginger beer
  3. The act of one who, or that which, lashes; castigation; chastisement.
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VerbEdit

lashing

  1. Present participle of lash.
  2. (Ireland, slang) raining heavily.

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