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- v. to pull something out with a sudden jerk
- v. to complete or make something in a quick fashion
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“In my experience, when a man and a woman whip out guns and start shooting at each other, it usually means they’re an item—or about to become an ex-item.”
This way if, say, Sir Cornelius Mosley calls and says hes showing up for tea with the dean, they can whip out his prized Manet and hang it in the drawing room.
If you whip out a jump rope or a punching bag, or keep a mini-trampoline in your living room, you may be making your child less irritable in several different ways.
So I’d whip out the cipher here and write it all in code, and nobody but you or me’d be able to read it.
It was first-rate mixed cavalry for all that; I watched a bearded, grey-coated sowar, eyes glaring, whip out a peg and wheel away to yells and cheering, and was glad I wasn't a Manchoo Tartar.