Urge or rouse someone into (a specified state or position): the radio host whipped his listeners into a frenzy
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- With the help of his trainer Percy, Hilary manages to whip Eddie into decent shape and secures a big fight.
- It merely serves as a pretext to whip the country into a war frenzy and to justify insertion of large numbers of troops into Mesopotamia.
- He will have his hands full if he intends to whip it into an effective agency.