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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of whiffle.


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  • He whiffled on about race , social justice blah blah and some Statist organisation called Compass promoted by Toynbee P and Tony Robinson.

    The London Carnival of Nu Liberty

  • Will Hutton whiffled endlessly as is his wont, about engagement, and talking about Liberty to everybody we met ?

    The London Carnival of Nu Liberty

  • I always thought he was bigger and... more... whiffled.

    Archive 2005-01-01

  • The horses munched their grain, stamped and whiffled, and filled the derelict tavern with the pungent scent of their droppings.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • Nice man, but a little" "she whiffled a slender hand through the air like a bird.

    Black and Blue

  • He whiffled his nose and lips over the surface and turned his fastidious head away: and it was no good getting angry, I had to trust to his equine sense.

    To The Hilt

  • I could smell rosemary and thyme when the breeze whiffled through.

    I is for Innocent

  • He whiffled it savagely and then pointed it at someone in the crowd.

    Death of a Fool

  • A fast train whiffled through the town and they baggage-hooked a mailbag off the car at about a hundred and fifty per.

    Highways in Hiding

  • I've seen the dear old chap many a time whiffled to the eyebrows, and looking as sober as a bishop.

    Indiscretions of Archie


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  • Intoxicated, drunk.

    May 11, 2008