цеп ; трал ;
молотить; бичевать; крутиться; вертеться
- "Come Play With Me" is the usual, a slow canter that collapses into a deranged flail towards the end.
- Its sole gnarled arm was exceptionally strong and, wielding a flail of iron chain or leather thonging, he could destroy an orchard overnight.
- thresher's flail: And 'mid these dancing
- One ingenious attachment consists of a rotary wire flail, which is particularly useful, for carbon removal and is not as fierce as it sounds.
- Or use a flexible tree branch or heavy jacket as a flail to beat the person back.
- The chain terminated in an iron ball covered with spikes; a variant form had the chain supporting a wooden or iron flail sprouting spikes.
- Without that sense of reverberation or sensation, the brash colours and sharp slogans flail in ignominious and redundant isolation.
- It would also catch grain bounding off the floor with the force of flail threshing.
- What hedges still remain are no longer laid but occasionally slashed by a mobile mechanical flail.
- Economy of arm movement is important since the more you flail them about, the longer it takes to "cock" them for an effective punch.
- A close relative of the morgenstern was the aptly named "holy water sprinkler", more prosaically known as the military flail.
- Lost in the Musick of the whirling Flail,
- One was a rheumatic Black Country labourer who would come threshing with a flail, wearing a smock.