Synonyms of flog in English:

flog


See definition of flog

verb

1‘the Romans used to flog their victims’

SYNONYMS
whip, scourge, flagellate, lash, birch, switch, tan, strap, belt, cane, thrash, beat, leather, tan someone's hide, whip someone's hide, give someone a hiding, beat the living daylights out of

2‘they were flogging themselves to finish the project on schedule’

SYNONYMS
try one's hardest, try as hard as one can, do one's best, do one's utmost, do all one can, give one's all, make every effort
strive, struggle, strain, drive, push, apply oneself, exert oneself, work hard, endeavour, try
informal do one's damnedest, bend over backwards, go all out, kill oneself, pull out all the stops, bust a gut, move heaven and earth, give it one's best shot
Australian, New Zealand informal go for the doctor

3‘insurance brokers flogging life policies’

SYNONYMS
sell, put on sale, put up for sale, offer for sale, vend, retail, trade in, deal in, traffic in, peddle, hawk, advertise
informal push