whipperin


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Whipperin \Whip"per*in`\, n.
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   1. A huntsman who keeps the hounds from wandering, and whips
      them in, if necessary, to the of chase.
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   2. Hence, one who enforces the discipline of a party, and
      urges the attendance and support of the members on all
      necessary occasions.
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