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The llama was still on the launch with the rabbit hutches; the staghounds were still lashed to the thwarts.
When he saw a woman in the middle of the road, who did not get out of the way, the driver stood up in his seat and shouted to her and so did the postilion, while the four horses, which he could not hold back, accelerated their pace; the two leaders were almost upon her; with a jerk of the reins he threw them to one side, but, furious at the incident, he lifted his big whip and lashed her from her head to her feet with such violence that she fell to the ground unconscious.
He lashed the horses on and they flew forward nothing loth into the open country, leaving the high citadel of Pylos behind them.
Around him he could hear the grumble of jolted cannon as the scurrying horses were lashed toward the front.
A lashed boat, a spare spar, a cask or what not secured about the decks, is "cast adrift" when it is untied.
THE orang-outang in the big iron cage lashed to the sheep-pen began the discussion.
The snow was over, and a tingling wind had sprung up, that lashed his face as he stood gazing.