9 Grammatical Pitfalls
"hair of a man's face" (usually plural), c.1600, originally a playful formation, from Middle English wisker "anything that whisks or sweeps" (early 15c.); see whisk (v.). In reference to animal lip hair, recorded from 1670s.
(also whirlpooling) A rowdy boys' prank of surrounding a girl in a swimming pool and roiling the water while chanting rap lyrics •The game has often led to sexual violence against the trapped girl (1980s+ Teenagers)verb
To dispose of someone or something as if by tossing into a whirlpool: What music was Bill Clinton listening to when he whirlpooled Lani Guinier? (1990s+)