whipper-in of the Templeton Harriers was rapid promotion for a new boy on his first day.
But at last the whipper-in put his watch back, and blew a blast on his bugle.
The "whipper-in" was sent up by means of a long ladder, eventually pulling him out of his hiding-place by his brush.
The Duke of Orleans, first Prince of the blood, is acting as whipper-in.
“One dollar—you forgit, suh—one dollar's the reg'lar price, sah,” interrupted the whipper-in.
He got left behind because the Count's whipper-in hit him with his whip.
"I dare say he is some dog-fancier, or whipper-in, or something of the sort," said Alvanly.
But after all, it was not his business to be the whipper-in for lectures.
The Huntsman should be the best player, and the whipper-in second best.
"With Mr. Daubeny as whipper-in, perhaps he might," said Lady Laura.