adjective Stock Exchange.
Origin of whipsawed
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 whipsawed
Historical Examples of whipsawed
On the doorstep of the whipsawed house she found Uncle Billie Gibson.
The message had warned her to retreat, to return to the whipsawed cabin and wait.
Little Hallie, too, was quite as mysterious as the whipsawed cabin in which she lived.
The timbers for it were hewed out by hand; the boards and planking were whipsawed.The Valley of the Giants
Peter B. Kyne
Uncle Isaac and I borrowed the saw and went to work and whipsawed lumber for sluice boxes.A Trip to California in 1853