Definition of Sjamboking
1. sjambok [v] - See also: sjambok
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Literary usage of Sjamboking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. "Cape Times" Law Reports: A Record of Every Matter Disposed of in the by Cape of Good Hope (South Africa). Supreme Court (1906)
"Defendant told her that if she did not shut up, he would give her a good sjamboking. One day the defendant danced against her, and when she told him to mind ..."
2. Secret Service in South Africa by Douglas Blackburn, W. Waithman Caddell (1911)
"What would happen suppose a burgher were to go to the house of the British Resident in Pretoria (Sir, then Mr., Conyngham Greene) and gave him a sjamboking? ..."
3. Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute, Or Philosophical by Victoria Institute (Great Britain) (1903)
"credited with the outrage of sjamboking a well known major in one of our cavalry regiments, because he remonstrated with him concerning his cruel treatment ..."
4. Conspicuous Destruction: War, Famine, and the Reform Process in Mozambique by Human Rights Watch (Organization)., Human Rights Watch (Organization (1992)
"They were sjamboking me—a piece of hard rubber hose—and each one was really going for it. I signed the papers and they were really happy. ..."
5. Five Years in Ireland, 1895-1900 by Michael John Fitzgerald McCarthy (1902)
"Referring to the priests, Mr. Tottenham says :— “The priest in agriculture, indeed, appears to have come to stay, and not only for the purpose of sjamboking ..."
6. Capture of De Wet: The South African Rebellion, 1914 by Philip J. Sampson (1915)
"... ordering the inhabitants to assemble at the monument in front of the Dutch Church, and they were promised a sjamboking if they disobeyed. ..."
7. A Subaltern's Letters to His Wife by Reginald Rankin (1901)
"... feet thrust in rusty irons, sjamboking a lean-ribbed Rosinante along a dusty track. Colonists are usually very sceptical as to the ..."