Adjective "Whipped" definition and examples



Definitions and examples


Having been flogged or beaten with a whip.
  1. 'If anything, they are not different from those vendors Christ whipped out of a church when he found they hard turned the house of God into a market.'
(of cream, eggs, or other food) beaten into a froth.
  1. 'Served with horseradish sauce made with whipped cream, this dish went down well with everyone.'
  2. 'There are so many things that get on my nerves (the least of which is not having apple pie and whipped cream in front of me).'
  3. 'There was a small cake decorated with whipped cream and chocolate.'
  4. 'The fresh salmon, which is cured on the premises, made for an excellent sandwich with whipped cream cheese, red onions and capers.'
  5. 'They sat down at a long table with plates of waffles, syrup, butter, whipped cream, and strawberries piled on top of it.'
  6. 'Stir together the yogurt and whipped cream and pour into a serving dish.'
  7. 'The two cakes can be filled with whipped cream and sliced bananas.'
  8. 'A Mochatail for those daring enough to drink one is a dash of espresso coffee, sprinkled with chocolate cookie, topped with whipped cream.'
  9. 'She got incredibly hyper and we managed to get into a huge food fight, sliding across my kitchen floor on chocolate syrup and whipped cream.'
  10. 'We had a nice, crusty baguette and one of the guests brought an orange pound cake served with strawberries and whipped cream for dessert.'


1. having received a whipping.

2. subdued or defeated as though by whipping: whipped by poverty.

3. beaten into a froth: whipped cream.

4. exhausted, tired, beat: After all that weeding, I'm whipped.

More examples(as adjective)

"shutters can be whipped across minds."

"creams can be whipped."

"dogs can be whipped."

"whites can be whipped."

"walnuts can be whipped."

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