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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of whelp.

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Examples

  • Having been bred by a trader, they were already broken to the pack and had been living with discipline from the day they were whelped.

    Fire The Sky

  • Registered German Shorthaired Pointer siblings whelped 3-25-08.

    Field & Stream

  • Obama will counter by asking our nation to birth a generation that's actually whelped by tigers.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • I, who was whelped under farmhouse stairs, who prowled the chicken house as a puppy and stuck my nose in every hole around their feed, recognized the odor of a rat.

    Revolutionaries

  • The younger wolves were not bound di - I rectly by it, because they had been whelped after it, but their sires and bitches had impressed the situation on them.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • Perhaps mainstream America would be happier if couples that can form unions but not marry would have children that are "birthed," or "whelped" or "emerge."

    David Goldstein: Inglorious Bastards

  • Clinton is a Goldwater Gal whelped at the breast of Milton Friedman ...

    South Carolina Legislator Switches From Obama To Hillary

  • That is Rascal my chorkie, he was whelped on 9/11/08.

    At the Obstructed View Café...

  • I was whelped on Michigan steelhead and football: both have running and strength issues, though I confess, I haven't rolled a Green Butt Skunk across the Bulkley and touched chrome thoroughly corroded by salt.

    Great Lakers Not Steelhead?

  • Can I go to the address where the dog was whelped?

    CNN Transcript Jan 1, 2009

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