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Use "whupping" in a sentence
"Over at the Washington Post, conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer also shakes his head admiringly as he describes Obama's "comeback," noting that he's "already a year ahead" of where Bill Clinton was when the former president finally recovered from the midterm whupping he took in 1994."
"But there's no contextual Halloween candy-coating the damage to Mr. Obama -- his approval ratings nearly halved in the last two years, Democrats heading for some kind of whupping next week, the Washington Post dissecting his "demise," and that Politico poll showing voters believe in Republican members of Congress more than they do in him, by six points."
"If we had more parents "whupping" we would be a lot better off in our city."