from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
hunting-crop. See crop, 14.
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He held in his hand a small hunting-whip, and hanging to his wrist by a silken cord was a brass horn.
I had a strong English hunting-whip, and was wearing a short riding-habit.
Mr. E — hit at it with a hunting-whip; it did not cry nor move, but stared at our passing troop.
There was a click of the garden-gate, then a smart rap, as if by the knob of a hunting-whip.
The four I have seen are first, the common hunting-whip, which is too well known to require description.
Lands of the Slave and the Free Cuba, the United States, and Canada
"I learnt it from papa, you ass! and his jolly friends," said the young lady, vigorously cracking a hunting-whip, which she habitually carried in her hand.
He gave a melancholy sigh and stood looking at her a moment, with his hands behind him, giving short nervous shakes to his hunting-whip.
Then, shaking his hunting-whip with little quick strokes, he walked rapidly away.
Of Dinmont, who, with his large hunting-whip under his arm, stood poking his great round face over the shoulder of the homme daffaires, it is unnecessary to say anything.
This is a leathern thong of about thirty feet resembling the lash of a hunting-whip.
The Autobiography of Liuetenant-General Sir Harry Smith, Baronet of Aliwal on the Sutlej, G. C. B.
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