Definition of whippiness in US English:

whippiness

noun

  • See whippy

    • ‘All I looked for was a straight stick with a good tip, and the thought of shaft stiffness or whippiness never crossed my mind.’
    • ‘The green colour means it is ‘stiff tipped’ which will cause less whippiness at the bottom of the swing arc.’
    • ‘The beauty of this design is that it allows you to control the point, without any wobble or whippiness.’
    • ‘A player will eventually prefer a certain degree of whippiness that will be factored into that particular player's approach and timing crucial to hitting a polo ball.’
    • ‘Polo players have individual preferences for the amount of whippiness they need to properly time the hitting of a polo ball.’