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  • v. Present participle of whap.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Very large; monstrous; astonishing.


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  • And if whapping the lid doesn't get it off, there's always the "church key under the edge" trick. stryker213

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  • Heck, there was even a mini-fight, with reserve receiver Duke Calhoun flinging off reserve corner Michael Coe's helmet and whapping him on the head with it.

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  • Turn them around a few times and set them loose, whapping with the spoon till they find the pot.

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  • “And the side effects still ruin any quality of life,” he would say, following Claire around the kitchen with the latest Clinical Oncology journal rolled up in his hand, whapping it on the counter to make his point.


  • Frida walks in from the waiting room, the swinging gate whapping against the wall with her determined stride.


  • I heard the whapping sound from the backyard again.

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  • Of course I shall say it much more rudely and possibly while whapping him soundly around the head with a giant cod, caught off the coast of Ireland by a Welsh skiff.

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  • She lifted her hand, then brought it down hard, palm open, whapping him against the ear—boxing him, she thought, that was probably the proper term for what she was doing.

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  • From the backyard, I could hear a thick, whapping sound, like a hard object striking a canvas or plastic cover.

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  • And trying desperately to avoid whapping the low-hanging fruit at the Blogging Tories, let's check in on co-founder Stephen Taylor, who takes his "But ... but ... but the Liberals!" shtick to new and nauseating extremes:

    Stephen Taylor! Hacktacular!


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