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
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  • 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
  • If more than four contractures there may be a problem if the Shih Tzu puppy has not been whelped.
  • Destroy the lion while he is yet but a whelp
  • That same year the kennel registered the first Doberman in the American Kennel Club Stud Book, Doberman Intelectus, whelped June 20, 1908.
  • Mayhap you're right, mayhap there's more to be gained by keeping this whelp alive. HERE BE DRAGONS
  • My daughter Svanja and that demon-eyed country whelp who has lured her away from her parents ' hearth. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • The one small birdling went up to a lion's whelp, and took refuge with it.
  • The tale of the most frightsome hound as ever haunted London, and of Yapper, the Scruffian as learned to speak dog, the Scruffian as tamed Whelp ... well, as near to tamed him as that snarling, slavering, scurrilous cur of a canine ever could be tamed. Archive 2010-03-01
  • Said the whelp, ‘Wait awhile, O camel, till thou see how I will tear him, and give thee to eat of his flesh, whilst I craunch his bones and drink his blood.’ The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • On paper, this Pool 4 game was the ultimate home banker, with the visitors supposedly unregarded cannon fodder for the illustrious former European champions; they were the most whelpish of underdogs.
  • Item the first: For anybody who thinks they might want a Giant Ridiculous Dogge on their very own, my mom and her partner have a bitch in whelp, and are expecting puppies on the ground in January if all goes well. i went to it on my knees, just as you said
  • Debra has sent me a copy of a well-written piece on Norwich Terriers from Dog World a few years ago, which sums up the breed's difficulty whelping rather well, I thought.
  • Twenty-four hours later, I was assembling the £50 Newborn flatpack, which arrived complete with fake fleece lining and a guide to whelping.
  • The gloves were off from an early stage as a host of young greyhounds whelped January ‘01 or later went in search of the prize.
  • Bunnies, Whelps, and Moonrakers: A Quiz on Demonyms About.com Grammar & Composition
  • “Come hither, ye unhanged whelp,” said Jekyl, “and tell me if you know the old gentleman that passed down the walk just now — yonder he is, still in sight.” Saint Ronan's Well
  • How about his mealy-mouthed grandson, who seems like he is swallowing his words in asthmatic whelps?
  • If she is too exhausted to eat right after whelping, she will be ready by the next day most usually.
  • Verra well, dinna ye think as hoo yon Irish whelp I skelpit the day 'll hae a waesome feelin' i 'his breist? St. Cuthbert's
  • Said the whelp, 'Wait awhile, O camel, till thou see how I will tear him, and give thee to eat of his flesh, whilst I craunch his bones and drink his blood.' Arabian nights. English
  • And we expect that she'll whelp any time from this weekend.
  • What I want to know Nago is if that whelp of a boy is going through with his orders.
  • Not all shih-tzu mothers do what they are suppose to do, and in these cases, a breeder must act quickly to save the newly whelped shih-tzu puppy.
  • Make it sloppy food for the first few days after the whelping.
  • Destroy the lion while he is yet but a whelp
  • My dogs also like Pedigree Canned Puppy food right after whelping.
  • First he is labelled a gur 'aryeh, i.e. "whelp of a lion," which here certainly does not mean a young cub but a young lion in the freshness of his just matured strength. Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1
  • I was suitably terrified because I regarded myself as the young whelp who, quite frankly, wasn't possibly good enough to clean his boots, let alone give him advice on how to act a scene. Brothers & Sisters: Will Nora Settle Down with Beau Bridges' Brody?
  • I will meet them as a bear that is bereaved of her whelps, and will rend the caul of their heart, and there will I devour them like a lion: the wild beast shall tear them.
  • While all of you were watching the whelp, I found his guardian filching the silverware. WATER BOOK TWO: REUNION
  • Mayhap you're right, mayhap there's more to be gained by keeping this whelp alive. HERE BE DRAGONS
  • I, who was whelped under farmhouse stairs, who prowled the chicken house as a puppy and stuck my nose in every hole around their feed, recognized the odor of a rat. Revolutionaries
  • Yon whelp I skelpit the day was naething but an Irishman," he cried loftily. St. Cuthbert's
  • Mastiffe Whelp, with other ruff-island-like curs fetcht from among the Antipodes, which bite and barke at the fantasticall humourist and abuses of the time. Bibliomania; or Book-Madness A Bibliographical Romance
  • Captain L'nao, whom he felt was always too eager to whelp her seed anywhere in the cosmos, had made the decision with her usual irritating haste. First Contact
  • Rothschild : ( dying ) Insolent whelp ! Think you've outwitted me?
  • He was a gay, mad young dog, grandly careless of his largess, fearless as a lion's whelp, lithe and beautiful as a leopard, and mad, a trifle mad of the deviltries and whimsies that tickled in that fine brain of his. CHAPTER XIII
  • Lorimer; she was not more than seventeen when the poet made her acquaintance, and though she had got a sort of brevet-right from an officer of the army, to use his southron name of Whelpdale, she loved best to be addressed by her maiden designation, while the poet chose to veil her in the numerous lyrics, to which she gave life, under the names of "Chloris," "The lass of Craigie-burnwood," and "The lassie wi 'the lintwhite locks. The Complete Works of Robert Burns: Containing his Poems, Songs, and Correspondence. With a New Life of the Poet, and Notices, Critical and Biographical by Allan Cunningham
  • Obama will counter by asking our nation to birth a generation that's actually whelped by tigers. TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads
  • As soon as breeding is completed, whelping pens are prepared for kits.
  • Others fondled in their arms gazelles or savage whelps of wolves, and suckled them-young mothers these with babes at home, whose breasts were still full of milk; crowns they wore of ivy or of oak or blossoming convolvulus. The Bacchantes
  • Give bairn his will, and a whelp his fill , and none of these two will thrive.
  • Destroy the lion while he is yet but a whelp
  • That is Rascal my chorkie, he was whelped on 9/11/08. At the Obstructed View Café...
  • My daughter Svanja and that demon-eyed country whelp who has lured her away from her parents ' hearth. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • For the whelp is a piece of flesh little more than a mouse, having neither eyes nor ears, and having claws some-deal bourgeoning, and so this lump she licketh, and shapeth a whelp with licking .... Mediaeval Lore from Bartholomew Anglicus
  • I could excuse the one, for I love a good horse naturally; but to be plagued with a bratchet whelp. Kenilworth
  • One thing you definitely * don't* want to see in your fic: The words 'whelp', 'deadboy', 'g-man', and the like. May 14th, 2004
  • In Norway, it is illegal to shoot seal whelps, instead, they must be humanely, and with one blow, "clubbed" to death. Donald where's yer sporran?
  • Verra well, dinna ye think as hoo yon Irish whelp I skelpit the day 'll hae a waesome feelin' i 'his breist? St. Cuthbert's
  • At the word whelp, he cuffed him with his hammerlike fist, and Miner went down in a heap. Wayside Courtships
  • The only prize a churlish young whelp like you should get is a good hiding!
  • I remember your little friend shoving you into one before she because a pincushion, and you blasted me from there, you little whelp.
  • Feed soft, mushy types of food for the first 2 days after whelping.
  • Mayhap you're right, mayhap there's more to be gained by keeping this whelp alive. HERE BE DRAGONS
  • “Tell me, you green-eyed whelp,” he whispered, leaning down. End of Time
  • The crack of the whip was so loud; her ears were ringing, not to mention the whelp on her back.
  • It is always a good idea to take your mom to the vet shortly after whelping to be sure she has not retained a placenta or even a dead puppy that will need to be expelled.
  • Her attitude can affect her puppies in utero and then later after whelping as well.
  • “It is a currish proposal — thus to thrust thyself upon my private matters,” replied Foster; “but thou wert ever an ill-nurtured whelp.” Kenilworth
  • Well, the next servant I tell you of shall not be called a whelp, if 'twere not to give you a stick to beat myself with. The Love Letters of Dorothy Osborne to Sir William Temple, 1652-54
  • No one knows for certain when the first Rottweiler came to America, but the first litter of Rotties whelped in this country was born in 1930.
  • The process actually began long before they were whelped, when in planning the breeding you considered the characteristics of the sire and dam and their parents, siblings, and other relatives.
  • chafe," as Drake says of him, "like a bear robbed of her whelps. Westward Ho!, or, the voyages and adventures of Sir Amyas Leigh, Knight, of Burrough, in the county of Devon, in the reign of her most glorious majesty Queen Elizabeth
  • The younger wolves were not bound di - I rectly by it, because they had been whelped after it, but their sires and bitches had impressed the situation on them. Here There Are Monsters
  • Verra well, dinna ye think as hoo yon Irish whelp I skelpit the day 'll hae a waesome feelin' i 'his breist? St. Cuthbert's
  • Lorimer; she was not more than seventeen when the poet made her acquaintance, and though she had got a sort of brevet-right from an officer of the army, to use his southron name of Whelpdale, she loved best to be addressed by her maiden designation, while the poet chose to veil her in the numerous lyrics, to which she gave life, under the names of "Chloris," "The lass of Craigie-burnwood," and "The lassie wi 'the lintwhite locks. The Complete Works of Robert Burns: Containing his Poems, Songs, and Correspondence. With a New Life of the Poet, and Notices, Critical and Biographical by Allan Cunningham
  • On the dark landing of her dreams there is that ploughshare which furrows the floor of her house going from the sink to the bed where women and cats whelp to the great relief of the canary who announces births
  • About two or two-and-a-half weeks to go now till whelping.
  • Make it sloppy food for the first few days after the whelping.
  • It was directed at those same teachers and bourgeois parents whose sanctions and strictures many of us young whelps so deeply resented.
  • WHELP WANTED - Jack's ex partner, Harry McGlade, must catch a very stupid dognapper. Archive 2006-01-20
  • Small, everyday cantrips, often considered party tricks by the more learned members of their race, are taught to whelplings, things like lighting a small fire, conjuring a cooling breeze, and the such.
  • Destroy the lion while he is yet but a whelp
  • There was no reply save for the whelpling's shallow breathing.
  • Registered German Shorthaired Pointer siblings whelped 3-25-08. Field & Stream
  • Honestly, nature isn't kind to humans, because all the progress, all the evolution, has left us with brain cavities too big to deliver easily and naturally, so we have to just stop comparing ourselves to animals who whelp themselves alone in the wild without complications. A, B, C-Section
  • While all of you were watching the whelp, I found his guardian filching the silverware. WATER BOOK TWO: REUNION
  • I could excuse the one, for I love a good horse naturally; but to be plagued with a bratchet whelp. — Kenilworth
  • Perhaps mainstream America would be happier if couples that can form unions but not marry would have children that are "birthed," or "whelped" or "emerge. David Goldstein: Inglorious Bastards

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