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whipped

1. mod. exhausted; beat. Wow, you look whipped.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. She was too whipped to find money to pay her bill.
3. mod. great. The band was whipped and the food was unbelievable.
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The Global Whipped Topping Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global whipped topping industry.
This new can of Cool Whip makes it even more fun and convenient to quickly top everything from fresh fruit, to Jell-O brand gelatin and pudding snacks, to ice cream sundaes and hot beverages, with the great taste of Cool Whip Whipped Topping that people have enjoyed for the last 40 years," says Heather O'Keefe, brand manager, Cool Whip.
There's nothing like a little whipped topping to lure non-fruit-lovers to a bowl of fresh berries.
The horse must be given time to respond before being whipped again.
Ten days later, the conservative editor of the Fayetteville Observer in Lincoln Cou nty, under the title "A Whipped Negro," published a rebuttal of the Cincinnati account.
A food processor (or blender) with a metal blade pulls in little air, producing a dense, thick foam with little volume; the process is also so fast you can easily end up with butter instead of whipped cream.
Crowned with sweet fruit and cool whipped topping, our funnel cakes will delight guests of all ages looking for a tasty summer treat.
Introducing NEW Jif Whips Whipped Spreads and Jif Almond and Jif Cashew Butters
It is said horses are the only animals whipped in the name of sport.
An ordinary venti (24-ounce) Coffee Frappuccino has 350 calories (roughly 480 if you ask for whipped cream).
Although it resembles the classic mousseline sauce--hollandaise augmented by whipped cream--this variation is less rich and less tricky to make.
The brand, long-known for delicious Whipped Topping, is introducing a new line of whipped and easy-to-spread frosting available in three varieties - chocolate, cream cheese and vanilla.
Ashforth wrote: "The wider public which racing wants to attract does not enjoy watching horses being whipped.