noun, plural (especially collectively) whit·ing, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) whit·ings.
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No more the death kiss of Whiting Awards and Pew Fellowships.
Mr. Whiting: Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen: I do not know why Mr. Cashman should ask me to come forward.
He went to luncheon, swallowed a whiting and half a cutlet, and returned.The Man Who Lost Himself|H. De Vere Stacpoole
Will picked out a small brill and a whiting or two, with a good-sized sole that had been left.Menhardoc|George Manville Fenn