huckleberry finn

in the book huckleberry finn manys words are used that mean something like "to beat someone" for example to lick.

i need to find 8 more of words that are used to mean "to beat"

if you know any and the page number/chapter it is used in the book that would be great.


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asked by hannah
  1. I remember Pap telling Huck if he caught him, he'd tan him good.

  2. thrashed (25)
    cowhiding (25)
    licked (26)
    I do not know the page numbers for the last 3

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    posted by Rachel
  3. tanned is used like tan on page 15!

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    posted by monica!
  4. cowhide 17
    tan 17

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