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flog something to death

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflog something to deathflog something to deathBritish English informalREPEAT to repeat a story or use an idea etc so often that people become bored with it They take a good idea and flog it to death. flog
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flog something to deathIt was a good story a month ago, but the newspapers have really flogged it to death.The beheading of murderers, the flogging and stoning to death of adulterers, the circumcision of women?
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