Definition of 'whipped'
Example sentences containing 'whipped'
He froze, and the dancer's hand came up to rest on his knee, demanding attention like a whipped dog.WALL GAMES
As I walked in she whipped something off the desk into an open drawer, shut the drawer and looked up.C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESS
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