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  • adj. Not whipped.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not whipped; not punished. Also unwhipt.


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  • It performed very well at both tasks, scraping in every last bit of flour for my cupcake batter - without over-mixing and making the cupcakes tough - and whipping the egg whites up so that they were fluffy and left no unwhipped pool of egg white around the dimple at the bottom of my KitchenAid bowl.

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  • Always he was sullen, and dogged, and unwhipped; while whisky only served to set the maggots of certitude crawling in his brain.


  • From over the lofty Koolau Mountains, vagrant wisps of the trade wind drifted, faintly swaying the great, unwhipped banana leaves, rustling the palms, and fluttering and setting up a whispering among the lace-leaved algaroba trees.


  • Free (unwhipped) votes on any Bills that weren't included in a party's manifesto.

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  • Before the election Cameron said that as prime minister he would have more unwhipped votes when bills are debated at report stage or committee stage.

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  • They were unwhipped, and in fact Bruce Crawford proposed the whole parliament be unwhipped, which was rejected by the Unionist parties.

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  • Monty, being unwhipped is not the same thing as voting blindly along party lines.

    Malcolm Chisholm & Megrahi

  • At dinner we were served "enchiladas" which consisted of wheat tortillas with Hormel style canned chili with beans, grated American cheese, chopped onions and cream (not sour cream - unwhipped whipping cream).

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  • I once carefully folded unwhipped heavy cream into a strawberry concoction, and got all pissy because it didn't mousse-ify in the fridge, as promised.

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  • Could he thus flaunt their helplessness and his superiority in their eyes and before their underlings and go unwhipped?

    The Titan


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