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  • v. Present participle of whop.


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  • Mr. Sergeant Toffy's lady felt no particular gratitude, when, with a twist of his elbow, he tilted a glass of port-wine over her yellow satin and laughed at the disaster; nor was she better pleased, although old Osborne was highly delighted, when Georgy "whopped" her third boy (a young gentleman a year older than Georgy, and by chance home for the holidays from Dr. Tickleus's at Ealing School) in Russell

    Vanity Fair

  • Stepped out of the cane grass, not a dozen feet away, and whopped at me.


  • Turn him around to face the other bank -- that's how you whopped him in the back.


  • Selim was sulky and took a swipe at him with his paw, and he whopped it to him full in the mouth just as he opened it to let out a roar.


  • Spare me you're staying because you got whopped by Perry.

    Hutchison explains decision to remain in Senate

  • Back in 1997, I was less than sympathetic when the electorate whopped his, but on Sky News, the manwas a diamond.

    Acting the pundit

  • I remember how my Lizzie whopped Jace a good one right upside his head with her notebook till he set me free.


  • Don't do it John – "There be Dragons" You'll get your butt whopped by Obama.

    Campaigns reject Bloomberg, ABC offer for televised town hall

  • Getting whopped probably isn't something she's truly worried about since she's about to get attacked by wolves.

    Real Life Diagnostics: Show vs. Tell, Part Two

  • A secondary element here is that there are three ideas here in this paragraph: getting whopped, "anyone" coming and Jeak coming,.

    Real Life Diagnostics: Show vs. Tell, Part Two


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