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- n. A blow; a hit; a variation of whop.
- n. the curlew.
- v. To strike hard and suddenly.
- interj. A sudden blow; a variation of whop.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To throw one's self quickly, or by an abrupt motion; to turn suddenly
- transitive v. To beat or strike.
- n. A blow, or quick, smart stroke.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. etc. See whop, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. hit hard
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In response to Hoople's nipping, my dad told me to give him - the dog, not my old man - a light "whap" on the nose each time.
Hours later, with the puppy deeply asleep, I'd sneak up on him and "whap" him with my orange wiffle ball bat.
When a new king comes in and wants to start recruiting and rearming to go "whap" on someone, the first thing he does is to make sure that people return to "the true faith."
Sophie would whap me upside the head if I even suggested it.
I can rely on a polite and respectful "buenos noches, Senor", not a whap up the side of the head.
It will be like Big Brother in reverse as we watch their every move and whap!
As the whap-wahp of the chopper grew louder we could see that it was a military helicopter.
The poor thing is another Monica; she has self-esteem problems and then whap, she finds out that Bill wants to take her out.
Thud, thud, whap, whap … eww you got ketchup all over me!
Stooped down through a flock, puff of feathers, * whap*, and a happy hawk flaps away under load.