Synonyms of whip in English:

whip

noun

verb

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  • 4 informal Cleveland whipped Los Angeles 28–16 in the third game of last season See trounce ( sense 1)
  • 6 informal he whipped out a revolver
    pull, whisk, snatch, pluck, tug, jerk, remove, take; produce
    informal yank

Phrases

the whip hand

life became a battle over who would gain the whip hand the upper handa commanding positionan/the edgean advantagea leada head startascendancysuperioritysupremacyswaycontrolpredominancepowermasterydominancecommand rareprepotenceprepotencyparamountcyprepollency

Phrases

whip something up

we tried hard to whip up interest in the products stimulaterousearousestir upwork upwakewakenawakenquickeninspirecall forthcall/bring into beingdraw forthbring outexciteevokewhetstirprovokespurfireinflametriggerpromptinduceencourageactuateactivatetouch offspark offset offset goingincitepromoteengendergenerate literaryenkindle

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