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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals
whelpwhelp1 /welp/ noun [countable]  HBAa young animal, especially a dog or lion
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whelpShall a traitor's whelp get the better of us?She let out a soft whelp as she closed her eyes then popped them open and stared mutely into the berries.
Related topics: Animals
whelpwhelp2 verb [intransitive]  old-fashionedMBHBA if a dog or lion whelps, it gives birth
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whelpMembers are able to fill in a form to notify the Club that a litter is due to be whelped.
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