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Noun
A strip of leather or length of cord fastened to a handle
“When she got there, she grabbed the leather whip that was hanging on the wall next to her.”
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A component of the action of a mechanical keyboard instrument such as a piano or organ
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The fact of being a member of a group
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A movement from side to side or back and forth
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Person who makes things happen
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Appendages for sensing, usually on insects or electronics
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A person who drives or pilots a vehicle
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The act of compelling observance of or compliance with a law, rule, or obligation
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A narrow strip of leather or other material, used especially as a fastening or as the lash of a whip
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Something that provokes
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An act of moving from one point to another while suspended or on an axis
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Verb
To strike or hit, especially repeatedly
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“He soon began to find fault with Randall, and threatened to whip him if he did not do better.”
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To comprehensively defeat
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“Promoters even brought Jim Jeffries out of retirement in 1910 in the expectation that he would whip Johnson.”
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To move or go quickly and suddenly
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“Cars whip past me, dazzling me with their headlights.”
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To change direction quickly by turning or pivoting
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“Ari would suddenly whip his car around to go look for Lloyd.”
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To agitate or stir up
“In a medium mixing bowl, whip the cream until it forms peaks.”
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(whip out) To take or pull out (something) fast or suddenly
“Whenever a calculation contained a radical number, he would quickly whip out his calculator, press a few buttons, and yell out the digits displayed.”
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To steal (something)
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“Christmas is special in many homes, but not when intruders whip four garden gnomes.”
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To incite or agitate someone or a group of people)
“Jackson's gift for high-flown rhetoric and stirring language allowed him to whip his supporters into a frenzy.”
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To crush into a soft, wet, shapeless, and pulpy mass
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To sway or wave (something) from side to side
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To go somewhere quickly, usually without notice
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To incite or provoke into doing something
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To complain or protest strongly and persistently about
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To cause to happen by force, especially observance of or compliance with a law, rule, or obligation
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Make uniform or similar
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Adjective
Exceptionally clever or talented
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