WHIP

To beat rapidly to incorporate air and produce expansion, as in heavy cream or egg whites.

whip

A young tree. Often one that has developed a main stem but very few branches.

Whip

To beat rapidly using a fork, hand or electric whisk to introduce air into a mixture or single ingredient to increase the volume and become fluffy.
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Whip

Whip is slang for a collection of money.
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Whip

a very young tree that still has a flexible trunk.
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Whip

A very thin shoot with no lateral branches of a woody plant. Sometimes the first year of a grafted tree.
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Whip

To mix ingredients quickly and vigorously to incorporate air and increase volume.
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whip

[n] - a legislator appointed by the party to enforce discipline 2. [n] - an instrument with a handle and a flexible lash that is used for whipping 3. [n] - a quick blow with a whip 4. [v] - thrash about flexibly in the manner of a whiplash 5. [v] - strike as if by whipping
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whip

In UK politics, the member of Parliament who ensures the presence of colleagues in the party when there is to be a vote in Parliament at the end of a debate. The written appeal sent by the whips to...
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Whip

Whip transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Whipped ; present participle & verbal noun Whipping .] [ Middle English whippen to overlay, as a cord, with other cords, probably akin to G. & Dutch wippen to shake, to move...
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Whip

Whip intransitive verb To move nimbly; to start or turn suddenly and do something; to whisk; as, he whipped around the corner. « With speed from thence he whipped Sackville. « Two friends, traveling, met a bear upon the way; the one whips up a tree, a...
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Whip

Whip noun [ Middle English whippe . See Whip , transitive verb ] 1. An instrument or driving horses or other animals, or for correction, consisting usually of a lash attached to a handle, or of a handle and lash so combined as to form a flexible rod. '[ A]
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whip

1. To strike with a lash, a cord, a rod, or anything slender and lithe; to lash; to beat; as, to whip a horse, or a carpet. ... 2. To drive with lashes or strokes of a whip; to cause to rotate by lashing with a cord; as, to whip a top. ... 3. To punish with a whip, scourge, or rod; to flog; to beat; as, to whip a vagrant; to whip one with thirty ni...
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whip

lash noun a quick blow delivered with a whip or whiplike object; `the whip raised a red welt`
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whip

verb strike as if by whipping; `The curtain whipped her face`
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Whip

• (n.) Any of various pieces that operate with a quick vibratory motion, as a spring in certain electrical devices for making a circuit, or a rocking certain piano actions. • (n.) A whipping motion; a thrashing about; as, the whip of a tense rope or wire which has suddenly parted; also, the quality of being whiplike or flexible; flexibili...
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whip

(from the article `Commons, House of`) ...both the government and opposition parties are under the control of party management within the Commons, whose discipline—particularly over ... ...succession (following the vice president). The parliamentary leaders of the two main parties are the majority floor leader and the minority floo...
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whip

(from the article `horsemanship`) The whip is used chiefly to reinforce the leg aid for control, to command attention, and to demand obedience, but it can be used as a punishment in ...
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Whip

To quickly mix air into ingredients such as cream or egg whites by beating until light and fluffy, it also is the the utensil used in this whipping and whisking action.
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Whip

A section of feeder cable siamesed off the main line to a secondary location. (Grip/Lighting)
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whip

An implement used by the driver to spur on the horse in the run to the finish line. Drivers will tap their horse with the whip when they want them to accelerate. A driver may only use the whip in an elbow action - upper arm action is not permitted.
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whip

In UK politics, the member of Parliament who ensures the presence of colleagues in the party when there is to be a vote in Parliament at the end of a debate. The written appeal sent by the whips to MPs is also called a whip; this letter is underlined once, twice, or three times to indicate its importance. A three-line whip is the most urgen...
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whip

To bind with thin line or twine.
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whip

A term given to a single stem of a plant being grown with a view to producing a standard.
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Whip

A strip of leather or legth of cord fastened to a handle used for urging on you horse.
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