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ADJ   whippy | whippier | whippiest
SYNO flexible | whippy
flexible {adj}whippy [stick etc.]
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Translation for 'whippy' from English to Spanish

whippy [stick etc.]
flexible {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Every wood is somewhere in between the two extremes of flex, from the extra whippy, to the extra stiff.
  • The men's team are led by New Zealand NBL player Marques Whippy and his brothers Leonard and Waymann. Their father, Paul Whippy, has previously coached the men's team.
  • Wall's also owns the rights to the Mr. Whippy soft-serve ice cream mix.
  • A reliable all-rounder for Somerset between 1955 and 1969, Palmer was a right-handed middle-order batsman and fast-medium bowler with a whippy action, whose best season was 1961, when he achieved the double of 1,000 runs and 100 wickets.
  • Known for his "sideways-on whippy action", after the first Test, he was reported for a suspect action by umpire Steve Bucknor.
  • Their interactions determine the properties of ice cream, whether soft and whippy or hard.
  • Cecelia King, played by Nicole Whippy, made her first screen appearance on 25 April 2019.
  • The most well known ice cream franchise is Mr Whippy, a franchise that originally came from England, and also operates in Australia.
  • Mr. Whippy (or Mister Whippy) is a brand of soft-mix ice cream produced by Wall's, a subsidiary of Unilever as part of the Heartbrand.
  • Kelleher was a right-arm fast-medium bowler with a whippy bowling action and a tail-end left-handed batsman.
  • Foster was a tall, slim right-arm fast-medium bowler with a whippy bowling action and a tail-end right-handed batsman.
  • The Electric Confectionaires song "Mr Whippy" is also used within the show.
  • Pleach also means weaving of thin, whippy stems of trees to form a basketry affect.
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