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beat the tar out of (informal) to beat or whip severely. [1/2 definitions]
birch a rod or bound twigs from this tree, used as a whip. [2/5 definitions]
blacksnake a long, heavy, tapering whip of braided rawhide or leather with a snapper at the tip. [1/2 definitions]
bullwhip a long rawhide whip with a plaited lash and a knotted end. [1/2 definitions]
cat-o'-nine-tails a whip with nine knotted cords or lines attached to a handle, formerly used for flogging, esp. to discipline naval crewmen aboard ship.
cowhide a heavy, flexible whip, made of braided raw cowhide or leather. [2/3 definitions]
crop a whip handle, or the short riding whip used on horses. [1/12 definitions]
flagellate to strike with or as if with a whip; flog. [1/4 definitions]
flagellum a whip. [1/3 definitions]
flail to beat, as with a flail, whip, the fists, or the like. [1/6 definitions]
flick a sharp, light blow or stroke, as with a finger, brush, whip, or the like. [1/6 definitions]
flog to beat harshly with a whip or rod.
horsewhip a whip used to guide, steer, drive, or control a horse. [1/2 definitions]
knout a leather whip formerly used to flog criminals or or other captives. [1/2 definitions]
knouter someone who beats criminals or captives with a leather whip, or knout.
lash1 a whip or the striking part of a whip. [7/11 definitions]
lather (informal) to beat or whip. [1/7 definitions]
quirt a short whip used by a rider to make a mount go faster. [1/2 definitions]
rawhide a rope or whip made of such leather. [1/2 definitions]
scourge a whip used to punish people. [2/4 definitions]
sjambok a South African whip made of rhinoceros or hippopotamus hide. [1/2 definitions]