Mrs. Whipple had a way of disliking people thoroughly when they did not please her, and she did not like James Wheaton.
Farmer Whipple and the constable jumped over the fence and approached him.
Whipple, on an affectation of dignity, 67;of the mother of Thomas Becket, 212.
"Captain Worth Gilbert's father," Whipple attempted pacification.
"I'm going to ask my father to get them," he told Mr. Whipple.
"We might consider it," Whipple glanced doubtfully at his associates.
Mr. Whipple came out to look at the dogs soon after his return, but he was unable to suggest anything very helpful.
"After his father shot himself," Whipple's lowered tone was a plea.
Derivation: A Cuchan word signifying sons of the river (Whipple).
His hand was on the knob of the door, when Mr. Whipple called him back abruptly.
Whipple Whip·ple (wĭp'əl), George Hoyt. 1878-1976.
American pathologist. He shared a 1934 Nobel Prize for discovering that a diet of liver relieves anemia.