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whipped

[ wipt, hwipt ]
/ wɪpt, ʰwɪpt /
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adjective
having received a whipping.
subdued or defeated as though by whipping: whipped by poverty.
beaten into a froth: whipped cream.
Slang. exhausted; tired; beat: After all that weeding, I'm whipped.
Slang. excessively devoted to or controlled by one’s romantic partner.
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Origin of whipped

First recorded in 1540–50; whip + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM whipped

un·whipped, adjectivewell-whipped, adjective
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