Definition of 'flog'
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So is this a glorious return or are the publishers flogging a dead horse? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Are we flogging a dead horse trying to save our marriage? The Sun (2016)They try to flog two lucky punters an upgrade to on-stage seats with a bottle of cava. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He's also paranoid about people getting him to sign stuff and then flogging it on eBay. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And it seems they have flogged their horse to death. The Sun (2009)Staff are furious at being placed under pressure to flog products to the public. The Sun (2013)Critics mocked him for trying to flog it alongside items like vacuum cleaners. The Sun (2011)Criminals also flog lethal fake vodka disguised as premium brands. The Sun (2011)Or the people trying to flog them stuff. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Then try to guess the prices at which these tickets are being flogged. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Many staff claim they are under huge pressure to flog products at any cost. The Sun (2013)She was keen to speak when she was flogging tickets to her last tour. The Sun (2013)Chat shows exist because people have product to flog. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Or try to flog your tickets? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Is he trying to flog stuff? Times, Sunday Times (2008)They were flogging a dead horse. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON (2005)They are also flogging their stage jackets, which cannot be fresh. The Sun (2009)Mobile salesmen may also try to flog you policies you don't need. The Sun (2016)The curse of tickets being flogged on eBay means many had to pay far more than that. The Sun (2009)She sold at low prices, could not do basic maths and then flogged the products really cheaply. The Sun (2015)I try not to flog my guts out. The Sun (2010)IT seems telly shopping channels just want to flog anti-ageing products to women. The Sun (2012)With those shirts he definitely can't take himself seriously Is he trying to flog stuff? Times, Sunday Times (2008)The first 150,000 tickets were flogged in an incredible 14 minutes. The Sun (2012)
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