eyelash, lash, cilium(noun)
any of the short curved hairs that grow from the edges of the eyelids
leather strip that forms the flexible part of a whip
whip, lash, whiplash(verb)
a quick blow delivered with a whip or whiplike object
"the whip raised a red welt"
flog, welt, whip, lather, lash, slash, strap, trounce(verb)
beat severely with a whip or rod
"The teacher often flogged the students"; "The children were severely trounced"
lambast, chide, welt, whip, convulse, crush, vanquish, blister, beat out, thresh, rack up, scald, strap, slash, beat, reproof, trounce, flog, berate, jactitate, chew out, cut down, have words, lambaste, thresh about, bawl out, dress down, thrash about, take to task, worst, chew up, call down, lather, cane, thrash, toss, soap, reprimand, scold, mop up, rebuke, whisk, jaw, rag, gash, pip, call on the carpet, remonstrate, lecture, shell
lash or flick about sharply
"The lion lashed its tail"
strike as if by whipping
"The curtain whipped her face"
bind with a rope, chain, or cord
"lash the horse"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A blow is a sudden impact, as of a fist or a club; a stroke is a sweeping movement; as, the stroke of a sword, of an oar, of the arm in swimming. A shock is the sudden encounter with some heavy body; as, colliding railway-trains meet with a shock; the shock of battle. A slap is given with the open hand, a lash with a whip, thong, or the like; we speak also of the cut of a whip. A buffet or cuff is given only with the hand; a blow either with hand or weapon. A cuff is a somewhat sidelong blow, generally with the open hand; as, a cuff or box on the ear. A stripe is the effect or mark of a stroke. In the metaphorical sense, blow is used for sudden, stunning, staggering calamity or sorrow; stroke for sweeping disaster, and also for sweeping achievement and success. We say a stroke of paralysis, or a stroke of genius. We speak of the buffets of adverse fortune. Shock is used of that which is at once sudden, violent, and prostrating; we speak of a shock of electricity, the shock of an amputation, a shock of surprise. Compare BEAT.
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How to use lash in a sentence?
We hear this nonsense by Zarif, that Israel would set off terrorist attacks against the United States - this really is total nonsense, but on the other hand it is a warning sign - a warning sign that Iran is taking aim at Israel, is looking for excuses to lash out at Israel, and therefore we need to have our finger on the pulse and be at the highest state of alert.
The dangers are, you would n’t go near a dog when it’s eating its dinner, but people let their children go over, and I’ve seen kangaroos lash out thinking the kids going to take their food when they’re just coming to pat them, we try to scare them into not being naive and thinking they’re cute and cuddly by showing them the photos [ of injuries caused by kangaroos ], what can happen, and not to give them any food.
Passability is definitely a privilege, as you're transitioning, you're prone to have increased lash outs from people because your appearance isn't appealing to them. People always want to fight what they don't understand. It puts people who are starting to transition in danger.
Often we get asked if having lash extensions applied will hurt, and that's also a common misperception as the application process is so comfortable that the majority of our guests fall asleep and take what we like to call a lash nap, you can shower, swim, exercise and sweat and they will stay intact. It's a common misconception that they are more temporary or that swimming and contact with water is prohibited.
Lash extensions are a more recent trend which came to us from Asia about 20 years ago.
Translations for lash
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- piskeslag, piskesnertDanish
- zurriagazo, látigo, latigazoSpanish
- nakata, piiskata, sivallus, piiskanisku, siima, sataa kaatamalla, haukkua pystyyn, ruoskanisku, lieka, ruoskia, suomiaFinnish
- coup de fouet, fouetter, gronder, lanièreFrench
- sferzata, staffile, rimproverare, staffilataItalian
- стегать, кри́тика, кнут, плеть, [[удар]] [[плеть, хлестать, [[удар]] [[хлыст, бич, [[удар]] [[бич, нагайка, сечь, хлыст, пороть, [[ре́зкий]] [[упрёк]], плёткаRussian
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