One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he was constantly flagellating pupils’
flog, whip, beat, scourge, lash, birch, switch, tan, strap, belt, cane, thrash, leather, flail, flay, welt, horsewhip, tan someone's hide, whip someone's hide, give someone a hiding, strike, hit, spank
informal beat the living daylights out of
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