[ UK /wˈɛlp/ ]
VERB
  1. give birth to (a puppy)
    the dog whelped
NOUN
  1. young of any of various canines such as a dog or wolf
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How To Use whelp In A Sentence

  • The son of a Sussex spaniel sire and a field spaniel dam, Obo was whelped in 1879.
  • The length of most bitch pregnancies is 63 days and most show signs when they are just about ready to whelp.
  • I cannot describe to you my shock and fear at being woken by the vulgarities of a loutish young whelp, who had driven his auto-mobile next to the chamber's small window.
  • Having been bred by a trader, they were already broken to the pack and had been living with discipline from the day they were whelped. Fire The Sky
  • Destroy the lion while he is yet but a whelp
  • the dog whelped
  • Clinton is a Goldwater Gal whelped at the breast of Milton Friedman ... South Carolina Legislator Switches From Obama To Hillary
  • It was the first outing for both of these young brindle bitches which were whelped in February and March 02.
  • I myself signed off on the plan before you were whelped, and it has ensured that I stay rich and powerful long after I should have been dead.
  • You play with the tiger's whelp of some pleasant, questionable enjoyment, and you think that it will always keep so innocent, with its budding claws not able to draw blood, but it grows -- _it grows_. Expositions of Holy Scripture Second Kings Chapters VIII to End and Chronicles, Ezra, and Nehemiah. Esther, Job, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes
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