flagellation definition

  • noun:
    • The act or training of flagellating.
    • Biology The flagellar arrangement on an organism.
    • A beating consisting in lashes, particularly as corporal discipline or mortification, eg (in principle implement-precise) a whipping or scourging.
    • The development by flowers of flagella, or their arrangement.
    • A beating or flogging; a whipping; a scourging.
    • A whipping or flogging; the control of scourge.
    • In biology, the formation or improvement flagella.
    • beating as a source of erotic or religious stimulation
    • beating with a whip or band or rope as a type of discipline
    • The work or practice of flagellating.
    • Biology The flagellar arrangement on an organism.
    • A beating consisting in eyelashes, particularly as corporal punishment or mortification, such as (in theory implement-precise) a whipping or scourging.
    • The development by plants of flagella, or their particular arrangement.
    • A beating or flogging; a whipping; a scourging.
    • A whipping or flogging; the control associated with scourge.
    • In biology, the formation or improvement flagella.
    • beating as a source of erotic or religious stimulation
    • beating with a whip or strap or rope as a kind of discipline
    • The work or practice of flagellating.
    • Biology The flagellar arrangement on an organism.
    • A beating consisting in lashes, particularly as corporal punishment or mortification, including (in theory implement-precise) a whipping or scourging.
    • The formation by flowers of flagella, or their particular arrangement.
    • A beating or flogging; a whipping; a scourging.
    • A whipping or flogging; the control associated with the scourge.
    • In biology, the development or development of flagella.
    • The act or practice of flagellating.
    • beating as a source of erotic or spiritual stimulation
    • Biology The flagellar arrangement on an organism.
    • A beating consisting in eyelashes, notably as corporal punishment or mortification, such as (in theory implement-precise) a whipping or scourging.
    • beating with a whip or band or line as a kind of punishment
    • The development by plants of flagella, or their arrangement.
    • A beating or flogging; a whipping; a scourging.
    • A whipping or flogging; the control regarding the scourge.
    • In biology, the development or growth of flagella.
    • beating as a source of erotic or religious stimulation
    • beating with a whip or strap or rope as a type of punishment
    • The act or training of flagellating.
    • Biology The flagellar arrangement on an organism.
    • A beating consisting in lashes, particularly as corporal punishment or mortification, eg (in theory implement-precise) a whipping or scourging.
    • The formation by plants of flagella, or their particular arrangement.
    • A beating or flogging; a whipping; a scourging.
    • A whipping or flogging; the control regarding the scourge.
    • In biology, the formation or development of flagella.
    • beating as a source of erotic or religious stimulation
    • beating with a whip or band or rope as a form of punishment

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