whup

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whup

 (wŭp, hwŭp, wo͝op, hwo͝op)
v. Chiefly Southern US
Variant of whip.

[Scots, variant of whip.]

whup

(wʌp; wʊp)
vb, whups, whupping or whupped
(tr) chiefly informal US to defeat totally; overwhelm
[C19: variant of whip]

whup

(ʰwʌp, wʌp)

v.t. whupped, whup•ping.
Southern U.S. to defeat decisively; whip: He whupped his opponent in three straight sets.
[1890–95; orig. Scots form of whip]
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I would go on the dry slope, then I'd have to compete on snow and I'd get whupped.
His days were done when Victor Ortiz whupped him four years ago.
One other club member, who got his back from a talented local gunsmith after an action tune-up, whupped a good number of C and B Production and Limited shooters in the last USPSA match we held (me being one of them.
Well, if he wasn't ashamed of trying to rob an 83-year-old great-grandma, he dang sure ought to be ashamed of gettin' whupped by one.
Whether it will be enough to beat a Lions side that was whupped by leaders Macclesfield last weekend remains to be seen.
I figured Joe was whupped, but he did not get his fill.
In her seven year career Shields has only lost one match--and in February she whupped three-time world champ Mary Spencer: "She was bigger than me, she weighed more than me and it looked like she was stronger but she just couldn't do anything with me.
I felt like I got whupped in front of my class in school
Yet they still whupped X Factor's ass in the ratings.
Peterson whupped him like an octopus and then he blamed it on the judges.
Israel's national football team played basically Little Sisters of the Poor, and got whupped.