I've came across this book I'm reading and came across this phrase "lashings of magic" and I'm having trouble understanding what it means?
- BookbinderLv 71 year agoFavorite Answer
"Lashings" means "lots of", "plenty of", so the phrase means "plenty of magic". You could use "lashings" in several sentences. For example:
We had lashings of ice cream at Marissa's party.
I like cake that has lashings of chocolate in it.
"Lashings", as used here, has nothing to do with whipping someone.
- Pat WoodenLv 71 year ago
One definition of lashings is "a copious (generous) amount."
- sparrowLv 71 year ago
It's hard to say unless you put it in context and write a phrase or two of the story.
- KennyLv 71 year ago
Lashing also means using cord or rope to hold things together May be talking about the basics of magic being held together .