- n. Plural form of whippet.
“Up until 17, when I started huffing whippets, that is.”
“Under the grand stand was the strangest exhibit ever seen in North Carolina, a row of tanks, some like giants, others of medium size, and yet others, the "whippets," tiny indeed.”
“Apparently they're both, but I didn't know that until today, when I received a press release from an assemblyman's office indicating he and the Los Angeles city attorney were pushing legislation to ban sales of "whippets" to minors.”
“The police fought with a combination of baton charges and 'whippets',”
“There are also images of his daughter Bella; Pluto, one of his beloved whippets; and Lord Goodman, former chairman of the Arts Council – the only print which Freud coloured, with yellow watercolour to his subject's pyjamas.”
“It was fun, but I did take a lot of stick for my accent – I was often asked if we kept whippets under the table and the coal in the bath.”
“• A report from Trent Bridge referred to critics of Yorkshire Day fretting over "all those stereotypes of whippets, black puddings and black caps".”
“My wife Sarah, who only half-jokingly says she judges our house guests by whether or not our whippets like them, always held Sambi in the highest of regard.”
“Bonus: He sounded like Jinx from Space Camp on whippets.”
“First Leigh was in the picture, then he went to Scotland and one of Lucian's whippets took his place.”
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