A saw for dividing timber lengthwise, usually set in a frame, and worked by two persons; also, a fret saw.
- A narrow two-person crosscut saw.
- To cut with a whipsaw.
- Games To win two bets from (a person) at one time, as in faro.
- To cause to move or alternate rapidly in contrasting directions: "The bond market . . . continues to be whipsawed by fears of rekindled inflation” ( Steven E. Levingston).
- To defeat or best in two ways at once.