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whippy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhippywhip‧py /ˈwɪpi/ adjective  BENDlong, thin, and easy to bend new growths of whippy little sapling twigs
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whippyCorporal punishment was used sparingly but consisted of either four strokes or six across the behind with a whippy cane.Fallen branches littered the rides and new growths of whippy little sapling twigs poked down at head-and-shoulder height to a horseman.
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