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2. trans. slang (orig. and chiefly U.S. regional (south. and South Midland)). To throw stones at; to stone.
1836 Public Ledger (Philadelphia) 30 Aug. 1/4 Rock him! rock him! cried the boys, rock him round the corner... The wearer was ‘rocked’ till he turned his cloak inside out.
1848 in J. R. Bartlett Dict. Americanisms (at cited word), They commenced rocking the Clay Club House in June.
1872 O. W. Holmes Poet at Breakfast-table xii, The boys would follow after him, crying, ‘Rock him! Rock him! He's got a long-tailed coat on!’
1899 R. Kipling Stalky & Co. 271 Did Stalky ever tell you how Rabbits-Eggs came to rock King that night?
1923 Dial. Notes 5 219, I rocked 'im off o' the place.
1968 M. Haun Hawk's done Gone 205 A bunch of boys around here had made it up to rock him.
1996 F. Chappell Farewell I'm bound to leave You (1997) 162 She..started showering those mean old boys with stones. Mercy, how she rocked them!
a. trans. To throw stones at, pelt with stones; esp. to put to death by pelting with stones.
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