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whip up someone/something

phrasal verb with whip us   /hwɪp, wɪp/ verb -pp-
  • (CAUSE EMOTION)

to cause or encourage a strong feeling or reaction in someone or something: I couldn’t whip up any enthusiasm for the assignment.
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