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Example sentences for lash

Sometimes they lash out, attacking others, or they turn their fury on themselves.
Several other governments have felt the lash of his unbridled tongue.
First, you can lash it to a stick to turn it into a real axe.
Some blame others, lash out and damage themselves further.
As the rosette nears the surface, they each lash guidelines to huge eyehooks and cleats on the steel deck.
At first she was not quit so friendly she would lash out and try to bight any one the came near.
We were obliged to steady the booms and yards by guys and braces, and to lash everything well below.
These poor victims couldn't defend themselves against their fear-filled on-lash of crazy ideas.
Often, therefore, the body's mechanics prefer lash-ups to complete rebuilds-or simply do not bother with the job at all.
The current financial crisis has two origins: lash monetary policy and inappropriate regulations, and it is thus politician made.
Such devastating losses could have led them to lash out against the establishment.

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