"whip" Definition

  1. after the usual allowance of wine is drunk at mess, those who wish for more put a shilling each into a glass handed round to procure a further supply. WHIP-ROUND is now a common term for a subscription of a similar kind to that described.
  2. to “WHIP anything up,” to take it up quickly; from the method of hoisting heavy goods or horses on board ship by a WHIP, or running tackle, from the yard-arm. Generally used to express anything dishonestly taken.
  3. the member of the House of Commons whose duty it is to collect and keep together his party to vote at divisions. To give him greater influence, the ministerial WHIP holds, or is supposed to hold, the minor patronage of the Treasury.

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Position in the dictionary: 3922 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: whip the cat, whipjack, whipper-snapper, whisper, whisperer, whistle, whistling-billy, whistling-shop, white eye, white feather
Previous words in the dictionary: whim-wham, whiddle, whid, wherret, wheeze, what d’yecall’em, whale, whacks, whacking, whacker

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