"They have been slain,--even the Sayer of the Law; even the Other with the Whip
. Great is the Law!
He stood on a knoll in the stubble, holding his whip
aloft, and again repeated his long-drawn cry, "A-tu!" (This call and the uplifted whip
meant that he saw a sitting hare.)
Then they were all delighted and in high spirits, took out their whip
, and cracked so much money that it came jumping up from the ground.
I have known him to cut and slash the women's heads so horribly, that even master would be enraged at his cruelty, and would threaten to whip
him if he did not mind himself.
In an instant Dunstan darted to that spot, swept away the sand with his whip
, and, inserting the thin end of the hook between the bricks, found that they were loose.
These tender-hearted gentry should consider that it's not merely a squire, but a governor they are asking to whip
himself; just as if it was 'drink with cherries.' Let them learn, plague take them, the right way to ask, and beg, and behave themselves; for all times are not alike, nor are people always in good humour.
"Topsy, I shall have to whip
you, if you tell lies so."
The house-boy extended the whip
to him, but Billy did not take it.
At sight of von Horn several of them rushed for him with menacing growls, but a swift crack of the bull whip
brought them to a sudden realization of the identity of the intruder, so that they slunk away, muttering and whining in rage.
He then chucked the reins and flipped about with the whip
, saying, "Now, then, it's no use playing the old soldier with me; there's the journey to go, and it's no use turning lame and lazy."
"Don't you mind her, mates, bring a whip
each of you, get ready!"
"Certainly," said Hal, with freezing politeness, taking hold of the gee-pole with one hand and swinging his whip
from the other.