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Strong C. Jocund C. Restorative C. Twin C. Routing C. Masculinating C. Belabouring C.
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Silenus, who led the van, was sweating, puffing, and blowing, belabouring his ass most grievously.
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The man was commonly dressed, with a broad felt hat on his head, and a kind of satchel on his back; he seemed to be in a mighty hurry, and was every now and then belabouring the donkey with a cudgel.
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Their authority existed no longer, and their silly behaviour in belabouring the cook, when they should have been using the time to better advantage by endeavouring to stifle the fire, had led to the belief that both were "half-seas over," and, therefore, no attention had been afterwards paid to any orders from either of them.
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His rigid adherence to the principle set him belabouring his donkey-ribs, as the proper due to himself.
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As we entered the farmyard we found two cows fighting, and a great strapping wench belabouring them in order to separate them.
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I felt the sickening impact of a blow and the bludgeon flew from my hold; then he was upon me, belabouring me with both fists, but twining my legs in his, I clung to those merciless arms, while above his fierce snarling and the painful shock of his blows, I heard the girl calling out to me: "Fight him-fight!
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In spite, however, of Toby Kiddle, my other friends managed occasionally to let me have my own way; and with great pride they looked on while I, with the end of a mop stick in my hand, went galloping about the deck, belabouring the goat's hinder quarters, very much after the fashion of an Irishman riding a donkey at a race.
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As the horse drew up, the operator looked at the new-comers for a moment, and then proceeded incontinently with his work; belabouring the child more fiercely than ever.
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Poplanas with short skirts and slippered feet pass my window; and groups of "tame" Indians, pueblos, crowd in from the neighbouring rancherias, belabouring their donkeys as they go.
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They made him a present of the cannibal, upon whom he immediately threw himself, gnashing his teeth and belabouring him with blows of a stick and his fists and with kicks, for he believed that the death of his companions would not be sufficiently avenged till he beheld the cannibal insensible and beaten black and blue.
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I galloped after him, belabouring him with my whip, and in spite of his continuing to try and toss me, turned him back into the herd.
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Examples of Belabouring

Example #1
Ten. Catso, quoth Friar John, the poor fornicating brother is bashful, and sticks at sixteen, as if that were his stint.
Example #2
Membrous C. Pranked C. Convulsive C.
Example #3
To prevent which inconveniency he did tell her many tragical stories of the total ruin of several kingdoms by adultery; did read unto her the legend of chaste wives; then made some lectures to her in the praise of the choice virtue of pudicity, and did present her with a book in commendation of conjugal fidelity; wherein the wickedness of all licentious women was odiously detested; and withal he gave her a chain enriched with pure oriental sapphires.
Example #4
Notwithstanding all this, he found her always more and more inclined to the reception of her neighbour copes-mates, that day by day his jealousy increased.
Example #5
The donkey, however, which was a fine large creature of the silver-grey species, did not appear to sympathize at all with its rider in his desire to get on, but kept its head turned back as much as possible, moving from one side of the road to the other, and not making much forward way.
Example #6
As I wended along this, I saw a man upon a donkey, riding towards me.