expel, make an example of someone, take the law into your own hands, birch, flog, reprove, behead, blackball, deal out, teach one a lesson, teach someone a lesson, light into, cuff, throw the book at, lower the boom, exile, pitch into, penalise, ground, banish, visit punishment, kill, give it to, mete out, hand down, vindicate, come down hard on, hang, smite, spank, lecture, crack down on, scold, fix, beat, inflict penalty, censure, thrash, attend to, trounce, visit, make an example of, administer, paddle, lick, disbar, dismiss, bring to book, reward, make it hot for, whip, train, electrocute, defrock, give what for, give a dressing-down, blacklist, switch, masthead, immure, disbench
penalize (part of speech: verb)
revenge (part of speech: verb)
punish (part of speech: verb)
- " Don't, pray, don't punish me for saying those words," cried Mary. - "King of the Castle", George Manville Fenn.
- And, by the way, Albert did punish him awfully. - "The Mystery of Metropolisville", Edward Eggleston.
- It is not just to punish them: I will forgive them. - "The Strange Story Book", Mrs. Andrew Lang.