Definition of whipped in US English:

whipped

adjective

  • 1attributive Having been flogged or beaten with a whip.

    ‘a whipped dog’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Some gasp when Jesus is whipped, many toss bills and coins into collection buckets being passed around.’
    smooth, thick, velvety, of an even consistency, rich, buttery
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    1. 1.1North American informal predicative Worn out; exhausted.
      tired out, worn out, weary, dog-tired, bone-tired, bone-weary, ready to drop, on one's last legs, asleep on one's feet, drained, fatigued, enervated, debilitated, spent
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  • 2(of cream, eggs, or other food) beaten into a froth.

    • ‘Served with horseradish sauce made with whipped cream, this dish went down well with everyone.’
    • ‘Stir together the yogurt and whipped cream and pour into a serving dish.’
    • ‘Blini, to be authentic, should be made from a batter of buckwheat flour leavened with yeast, and further lightened with beaten egg white and whipped cream.’
    • ‘Lobby Lounge serves a dazzling array of home-made ice creams mixed with fresh seasonal fruits, whipped cream, nuts and special sauces.’
    • ‘I set the table, without being asked, lining up the whipped cream, nuts, and chocolate sauce before placing down plates.’
    • ‘A sip conjures visions of chocolateespresso cake topped with whipped cream - hedonism in a bottle.’
    • ‘The two cakes can be filled with whipped cream and sliced bananas.’
    • ‘These soft, lazy-day puddings are nothing more than ripe fruit at the height of its season that has been crushed and stirred through with whipped cream and perhaps a little sugar.’
    • ‘A Mochatail for those daring enough to drink one is a dash of espresso coffee, sprinkled with chocolate cookie, topped with whipped cream.’
    • ‘They sat down at a long table with plates of waffles, syrup, butter, whipped cream, and strawberries piled on top of it.’
    • ‘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).’
    • ‘There are those of us who like nothing better than to start the day off with a piece of cherry pie and whipped cream.’
    • ‘The fresh salmon, which is cured on the premises, made for an excellent sandwich with whipped cream cheese, red onions and capers.’
    • ‘There was a small cake decorated with whipped cream and chocolate.’
    • ‘Here's what it tastes like: Good pumpkin pie (sans crust) smothered in whipped cream.’
    • ‘We had a nice, crusty baguette and one of the guests brought an orange pound cake served with strawberries and whipped cream for dessert.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Pour a little rose water in to fruit salads, use it to flavour thick syrups or add it to pastry and biscuit doughs, or whipped cream.’
    • ‘Fold the egg whites, whipped cream and praline into the yolk/sugar mixture.’
    • ‘Top with powdered sugar, whipped cream, syrup, fruit or Gruyere cheese.’
    whisked, stirred, mixed, blended
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Pronunciation

whipped

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