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affect, agonize, bang, bash, baste, bastinado, bat, beat, belabor, belt, biff, birch, bonk, buffet, cane, catch, clap, clip, clobber, clout, club, clump, coldcock, come home to, cowhide, crack, crucify, cudgel, cut, dash, deal, deal a blow, deck, ding, drub, excruciate, fetch, fetch a blow, flagellate, flail, flog, fustigate, give a whipping, give the stick, harrow, hit, hit a clip, hit the mark, horsewhip, impress, impress forcibly, jab, knock, knock cold, knock down, knock out, knout, lace, lash, lay on, let have it, make an impression, martyr, paste, pistol-whip, plunk, poke, pommel, pummel, punch, rawhide, rock, scourge, sink in, slam, slog, slosh, slug, smack, snap, soak, sock, spank, strap, strike, strike at, strike hard, strike home, stripe, swat, swinge, swipe, switch, tell, thrash, thump, thwack, torment, torture, traumatize, trounce, truncheon, try, wallop, whack, whale, wham, whip, whop, yerk

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