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whipped

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Pronunciation: /wɪpt
 
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Definition of whipped in English:

adjective

1Having been flogged or beaten with a whip: a whipped dog
More example sentences
  • If anything, they are not different from those vendors Christ whipped out of a church when he found they hard turned the house of God into a market.
  • Some gasp when Jesus is whipped, many toss bills and coins into collection buckets being passed around.
1.1 [predicative] North American informal Worn out; exhausted.
2(Of cream, eggs, or other food) beaten into a froth.
Example sentences
  • The fresh salmon, which is cured on the premises, made for an excellent sandwich with whipped cream cheese, red onions and capers.
  • We had a nice, crusty baguette and one of the guests brought an orange pound cake served with strawberries and whipped cream for dessert.
  • Blini, to be authentic, should be made from a batter of buckwheat flour leavened with yeast, and further lightened with beaten egg white and whipped cream.

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