The Collaborative International Dictionary
Whipt \Whipt\, imp. & p. p. of Whip. Whipped.
vb. (context archaic English) (en-past of: whip)
Usage examples of "whipt".
One clause will suffice: "Every man and woman duly twice a day upon the first towling of the Bell shall upon the working daies repaire unto the church, to hear divine service upon pain of losing his or her allowance for the first omission, for the second to be whipt, and for the third to be condemned to the Gallies for six months.