rakish, flogging, crisp, licking, thrashing, lash, demolition, revenge, elimination, dashing, spanking, flog, rout, walloping, massacre, lively, cane, spruce, plastering, slaughter, mauling, corporal punishment, fall, raffish, win, debacle, zippy, tanning, vanquishment, shellacking, chastise, rattling, mass murder, fiasco, alert, whipstitching, hammering, defeat, nippy, carnage, loss, strapping, butchery, lashing, lump, dusting, frosty, lacing, snappish, overthrow, reward, nipping, punishment, hiding, spirited, brisk, attack, whipstitch, drubbing, snappy, merry, the birch, whacking, spiffy, natty, flagellation, trimming, dapper, jaunty
defeating (part of speech: verb)
defeating, winning, beating, conquering, trouncing, overcoming, overturning, humbling, subjecting, outdoing, surmounting, crushing, overpowering, foiling, capturing, predominating, overthrowing, routing, subduing, triumphing, quelling, mastering, trumping, checkmating, outplaying, vanquishing
deranging (part of speech: verb)
disorganizing, convulsing, discomposing, disarranging, swirling, mixing up, rumpling, deranging, hashing, displacing, jumbling, scrambling, whisking, tampering, roughening, dislocating, messing, confusing, tousling, rippling, disturbing, roiling, churning, ruffling, misplacing, meddling, disheveling, botching, capsizing, mislaying, confounding, agitating, troubling, cluttering, tumbling, scattering, rummaging, perturbing, fermenting, mussing, upsetting, disordering, tossing, blurring, muddling
- There was something boyish in his triumph, in the very gesture with which he held out his arms, like a child who has escaped a whipping. - "K", Mary Roberts Rinehart.
- Your manners at table deserved a whipping, but I will condescend to forget them. - "Salute to Adventurers", John Buchan.
- No. See, the post- boys is whipping the hosses. - "Checkmate", Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.