whiplash

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whiplash
  • noun
    The flexible part of a whip or something resembling it.
    Injury caused by a severe jerk to the head, typically in a motor-vehicle accident.
    verb
    Jerk or jolt (someone or something) suddenly, typically so as to cause injury. (the force of impact had whiplashed the man's head)

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