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- v. To do something extremely quickly and perfunctorily.
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- v. go through very fast
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Again and again he drew the hateful whip through his hand, adjusting it with a view of dealing the most paingiving blow.
She didn't have any experience dealing with something that could whip through a village like turbocharged Black Death and peel a full-grown pony stallion like a banana.
At home, we bring our own putters-always a surprise to the attendantand play so often that we have punch cards at the local minicourse ten games earns you a free one and can whip through the eighteen holes at a lightning pace.