Examples of whipping in a Sentence
suffered a whipping that took them out of competition
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Crème Fraiche Makes 2 cups 1 cup heavy whipping cream (not ultrapasteurized) 1 cup dairy sour cream Whisk cream and sour cream together and cover loosely with plastic.
But in whipping, hurricane-force winds, sheltering in place probably would not have been as safe as hitting the road.
In a small bowl, mix together your heavy whipping cream, 2 Tablespoons of sugar, 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla and the remaining 1/8 teaspoon of your xanthan gum.
Failure to act accordingly came with disastrous results—whippings, torture, rape and later lynchings, bombings and death.
The Open Markets team has paid particular attention to technology giants, with Amazon being a favorite whipping boy.
Prescott had never endured a whipping like the Broncos gave him in a 42-17 rout.
Opponents of the legislation feel that they were caught unprepared for a last-minute whipping operation by Senate Republicans and the White House to enact this bill.
Conservative moral figures such as Bill Bennet and Tipper Gore were trotted out and given a perfunctory whipping for their role in trying to suppress the free expression of artists.
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First Known Use of whipping
Synonymsbeating, drubbing, licking, loss, lump, overthrow, plastering, rout, shellacking, trimming, trouncing, defeat
Antonymssuccess, triumph, victory, win
Related Wordscollapse, debacle (also débâcle), failure, fiasco, fizzle, flop, nonsuccess, setback, upset; lurch, shutout, washout, whitewash
Near Antonymsaccomplishment, achievement; blowout, cakewalk, landslide, romp, runaway, sweep, walkaway, walkover
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