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  • noun Plural form of whelp.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of whelp.

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Examples

  • Funny, 5 billion, or thereabouts, would say that their whelps are the most important thing in the world.

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  • Funny, 5 billion, or thereabouts, would say that their whelps are the most important thing in the world.

    BlueOregon

  • The references to "whelps" are not just ordinary insults, but scurrilous puns on the family name of the House of Hanover, "Guelph".

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  • The references to "whelps" are not just ordinary insults, but scurrilous puns on the family name of the House of Hanover, "Guelph".

    Great Scots

  • These young MVP whelps need to be smacked, but good.

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  • Imagine "a monstrous beast with a snout like a fox, a tail like a marmoset, ears like a bat, hands like a man, and feet like an ape, bearing her whelps about with her in an outward belly much like a large bag or purse."

    Did You Know? "Tlacuaches" (opossums )

  • I saw three little whelps hiding in a hole at the foot of the rock.

    The Grace to Race

  • I saw three little whelps hiding in a hole at the foot of the rock.

    The Grace to Race

  • But the cut of women's volleyball raised the whelps when the nonsport of "competitive cheerleading" was put in its place.

    The Twisted Logic Of Gender Equity

  • Of course, by then, a democratic Iraq will have put up a statue to Messrs B&B in Saadon Square in Baghdad, but the crazy dogs pursuing them, today, yesterday and tomorrow, baying for blood, will have passed on their blood lust to their unholy whelps.

    Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...

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