adjective Stock Exchange.
Definition for whipsawed (2 of 2)
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.
Examples from the Web for whipsawed
But the real snapper came later when the Cincinnati club was whipsawed on the information.Pitching in a Pinch|Christy Mathewson
The tables and shelves were of whipsawed lumber, every article showing painstaking skill.Adventures in Alaska|Samuel Hall Young
Now Ed's packed in, that 265 baby's been whipsawed; it's a full-fledged orphan, goin' an' comin'.'Faro Nell and Her Friends|Alfred Henry Lewis
As the election appeared lost, she thought once more of the Georgia gold and the attic of the whipsawed house.
The whipsawed house in which the girls lived had been built more than sixty years before.