whiffle

[ hwif-uh l, wif- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whiffle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHIFFLE

Then why not whiffle round now and just for a change be prepared for the best?

Would not any one who wished to whiffle have to go to a master of the art.

Would not anyone who wished to whiffle have to go to a master of the art?

Would not any one who wished to whiffle have to go to a master of the art?

She wandered into the park at the foot of Whiffle Street and sat down.

But nearly every family at their end of Whiffle Street had a car.

If you whiffle around again you'll be the butt of ridicule for everybody.

But Whiffle never could acquit Yerk of having been, directly or indirectly, the cause of his suffering from the impure shower.

She lived at the "poverty-stricken" end of Whiffle Street, just as the Beldings lived at the "wealthy" end.

Whiffle Street was an easy slope toward the elbow, where Jess Morse and her mother lived.

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