- (manner) With a whooping noise.
1976, Thomas Bailey Marquis, Keep the last bullet for yourself: the true story of Custer's last stand, page 25:
- He had a whoopingly joyful time for several miles, with his swift thoroughbred racing just behind or at the side of the big Plains animal.
- (degree) To a very great extent; extremely.
1966, Leonard William Doob, Public opinion and propaganda, page 390:
- Statesmen sometimes need some whoopingly big lies to justify to themselves and their followers actions which they contemplate.