verb (used with object), whip·sawed, whip·sawed or whip·sawn, whip·saw·ing.
verb (used without object), whip·sawed, whip·sawed or whip·sawn, whip·saw·ing.
Origin of whipsaw
Examples from the Web for whipsaw
Contemporary Examples of whipsaw
The whipsaw can and does go up with almost as much speed as it goes down—recall the snap back from the lows of March of 2009.Wall Street Is Irrelevant
August 5, 2011
Historical Examples of whipsaw
And I think he's going to whipsaw the market to a standstill this time, for sure.The Spenders
Harry Leon Wilson
The boards we used in the building had to be sawed by us two slaves with a whipsaw.Biography of a Slave
We sawed our boards with the whipsaw, and made our shingles out of the ash-trees.Mary and I
Stephen Return Riggs
Spread this in as many pool-rooms as you can; get it all down on Whipsaw.
At the quarter, three horses drew into the lead, Whipsaw just behind them.