One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘his leather jacket’
1‘he caught me and leathered me black and blue’
beat, strap, belt, thrash, flog, whip, lash, scourge, horsewhip, birch, cane, strike, hit, clout, batter, spank
informal wallop, whack, tan someone's hide, give someone a hiding, give someone a good hiding, lather
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