Examples of whopping in a Sentence
The play was a whopping success.
The car sped by at a whopping 110 miles per hour.
Recent Examples of whopping from the Web
Madigan, the longtime Illinois House Speaker, rammed through a whopping $5 billion state tax increase with the help of 15 House Republicans whose spines are made entirely of ricotta cheese.
The chicken comes family-style, so bring family, friends or just a whopping appetite.
Twenty years from now, the GOP measure would lower federal Medicaid spending by a whopping 35 percent, the agency said.
In her dominating 20-plus-year career, Williams has won a whopping 23 Grand Slam single titles, more than any other female player in an Open era, including the great Stefi Graff.
Of those instances, a whopping 46 were men interrupting women.
Even a whopping financial penalty would do little to phase a company whose parent has more than $90 billion in cash.
That adds up to a whopping 140.6 miles that participants must finish in 17 hours, or less.
By contrast, those with business of $1 million to $10 million saw sales rise by 7 percent; galleries with sales of $10 million or more grew by 2 percent; and dealers with business above $50 million saw their sales increase by a whopping 19 percent.
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First Known Use of whopping
WHOPPING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of whopping for English Language Learners
: very large, impressive, etc.
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