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Punished

Purpose

keyword: Punishment
A Slap On The Wrist »
(a slight punishment...)


Ball And Chain »
(one's punishment; the burden that one must carry...)


Facing The Music »
(receiving a punishment for what one has done...)


Get A Slap On The Wrist »
(receive a very mild or light punishment...)


Get A Tongue Lashing »
(was yelled at by someone, as a punishment...)


Get Off Easy »
(one did something wrong but did not receive a big punishment...)


Get Off Lightly »
(one did something wrong but did not get a big punishment...)


Get Off Scot Free »
(receive no punishment; one did something bad but was not punished...)


Get What's Coming To One »
(one has acted badly and deserves some kind of punishment...)


Give Someone A Slap On The Wrist »
(give that person a mild punishment for what they did wrong...)


Go Scot Free »
(allowed to be free with no penalty and no punishment...)


Or Else »
(or there will be a punishment...)


Slap Someone's Wrist »
(push one by slapping one's hand; a very light punishment...)




Punished

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