noun, plural whales, (especially collectively) whale.
verb (used without object), whaled, whal·ing.
Words nearby whale
Origin of whale1
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH whalewail whale
Definition for whaled (2 of 2)
verb, whaled, whal·ing,
Origin of whale2
Examples from the Web for whaled
He lammed me when he was drunk, and he whaled me when he was sober.Danny's Own Story|Don Marquis
I could have whaled it to them all right now, but a shell jammed.Plain Mary Smith|Henry Wallace Phillips
He saw no reason why he should not push on; and in the Egyptian obliquity of his heart, he 'whaled' his ass to a degree.
I took a fast look around and fought the wheel of my car to turn aside, but he whaled into my tail and we went sliding forward.Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
I ricolleck one time I seed a big feller a bullyin' a po' little devil, an' I told him to quit an' he wouldn't, an' I whaled him.The Starbucks|Opie Percival Read