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whale 1 (wāl, hwāl)n.1. a. Any of various marine mammals of the order Cetacea; a cetacean.b. Any of various larger members of this order, including the blue whale, humpback whale, and right whale, in contrast to the porpoises and dolphins.2. Informal An impressive example: a whale of a story.intr.v. whaled, whal·ing, whales To engage in the hunting of whales.[Middle English, from Old English hwæl.]whale 2 (wāl, hwāl)v. whaled, whal·ing, whales v.tr.1. To strike or hit repeatedly and forcefully; thrash.2. To strike or hit (a ball) with great force.v.intr.1. To strike or hit a person or thing repeatedly and forcefully: whaled away at the plaster wall with a mallet.2. To swing at a ball with great effort, especially repeatedly.3. To attack vehemently: The poet whaled away at the critics.[Origin unknown.]