whapper

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whapper

obsolete Something remarkably or astonishingly large. (The spelling "whopper" has replaced "whapper" in modern English.) Mary and I got into a whapper of a fight last night. We went to pick out pumpkins for Halloween, and we all came back with real whappers.
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