whipster


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whipster

(ˈwɪpstə)
n
another word for whippersnapper
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When the mellowly wry Richard Beatty asked me to help him spin platters--well, touch buttons--as a guest-host on his streaming "Geezer Radio" show, I accepted the invitation, after making it clear that I was a relative whipster and in no sense a codger, dotard, or anywhere near geezerdom.
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Every pitifulest whipster that walks within a skin has had his head filled with the notion that he is, shall be, or by all human and divine laws ought to be, 'happy.' His wishes, the pitifulest whipster's, are to be fulfilled for him; his days, the pitifulest whipster's, are to flow on in an ever-gentle current of enjoyment, impossible even for the gods.
Othello bemoans how "every puny whipster gets my sword"