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- adj. Controlled by a spouse or significant other to an unreasonable degree.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of whip.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Applied to a mottled or agitated blue color used on Chinese porcelain. See bleu fouetté.
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Kitty came in without knocking, threw me a hard glance, then without a word whipped off her flimsy black nightgown, kicked off her pink slippers, and sat down naked on the toilet.
This label whipped emotions of rejection and hatred of the non-whites among the majority of white people.
A small, seemingly chocolately treat covered in whipped cream and caramel drizzle is presented to a new hire as a gift from his/her welcoming committee of new fellow associates.
He told his brother, Tommy, the former Herndon football coach, and Dain whipped up a quick profit for him, too.
I would like a bed with lots of fluffy pillows and voluminous white sheets - the kind of set up that's like sleeping in whipped cream.
If you're feeling on the decadent side, cover the entire thing in whipped cream!
Plain whipped cream works well to balance the sweetness of the meringue if you want to be as basic as possible, but something tart works even better, something like lemon curd.
Senator McCain whipped up a batch of his BBQ ribs especially for the show.
Now I just need to try the plain whipped cream pound cake, to see what I think of not using butter in a pound cake (since the chocolate made it hard for me to tell) … If you want to try, proceed and just leave out the chocolate.
Would a certain whipped-cream wearing stripper from the honorable B. Barr's past be available by any chance?
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