EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHIPPED
I'd been whipped, an' starved, an' I was always prayin', 'Oh!
We learn nothing, we take no forward step, except as we are whipped to it by anguish.
It was the only time in my life that my mother herself ever whipped me.
He said I threw paper balls, and Mr. Burrows whipped me; and I didn't.
I says to Adam, this very afternoon, 'I'll be whipped if I don't git in an' see what's goin' on!'
I'll be whipped if I shouldn't like to see that little still!
She whipped the cracked and crumpled card from her pocket and pushed it into his hand.
An' I'll be whipped if 'Mandy herself didn't tell the heft on't arter 'twas all over.
She's been meddled with all her life, an' I'll be whipped if she sha'n't make a new start.
I'll be whipped if they ain't as good as if I'd made 'em every night for the last two year!
early 14c., from whip (v.). In parliamentary use from 1850 (the verb in this sense is recorded from 1742), from the sense in fox-hunting. The parliamentary whip's duty originally was to ensure the attendance of party members on important occasions.