a saw with handles at both ends; intended for use by two people
victimize, especially in gambling or negotiations
saw with a whipsaw
- The cruel master beat his slaves with a whip.
- I saw the whole accident with my own eyes.
- The army rode with whip and spur to their rescue.
- The butter churn have two paddle to whip the cream.
- Don't whip in while others are talking.
- He cracked his whip and the horses began to trot.