- a tip given in secret, a rumour which is spread under the pretence of its being a secret. To “give the WHISPER,” is to give a quick tip to any one. An owner’s final instruction to his jockey is called “the WHISPER at the post.”
- to borrow money—generally small sums—as, “He WHISPERED me for a tanner.”
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