whip in (third-person singular simple present whips in, present participle whipping in, simple past and past participle whipped in)
- (transitive) To prevent hunting hounds from straying from the pack by whipping them.
- (transitive, figuratively, politics) To keep a party member in line.
- (soccer, transitive) To make a quick pass into the goalmouth.
- He whipped in a dangerous cross, and Faulkner headed into the net.