Noun(1) confused movement(2) the shape of something rotating rapidly(3) a usually brief attempt(4) the act of rotating rapidly
Verb(1) turn in a twisting or spinning motion(2) cause to spin(3) flow in a circular current, of liquids(4) revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis(5) fly around
(1) The central character of the book is Bunny Maguire, who is launched into the Dublin social whirl and takes to it like a duck to water.(2) Gradually the square becomes a whirl of people.(3) Mac wrenched her eyes away from his with a gasp and suddenly everything was a whirl of motion.(4) My trip, which included Madeira and a whistle-stop tour of the Canary Islands, was filled with a controlled whirl of almost non-stop activities and fun.(5) It was a whirl of motion; things moved so fast Chrysta could hardly keep up.(6) They and the whole class they represent will spend the rest of the summer living it up at a whirl of social events.(7) The rest was a whirl of action and until I got home, it didn't calm down.(8) Whole afternoons must whirl past in a daze at Highgrove with hundreds of people rushing about.(9) the event was all part of the mad social whirl(10) From a quiet downtown office Ian Gordon looks down on the whirl of Vancouver's business district but can't make himself believe that what he sees each day, just a few meters from his window, is real.(11) Together they were the centre of the social whirl , whether in New York or living the ex-pat life in Paris.(12) We look around and smell the aromas, growing ever more curious about the whirl of activity surrounding us.(13) And two years after retiring from athletics for the third time in her 31-year life, she is still part of the whirl , unable quite yet to jump off the merry-go-round.(14) She enjoyed the novelty of the catwalks and fashion shoots and loved the social whirl that went with it, using parties and functions to network.(15) He feels that he is treated differently because of his shyness and social phobia - that there is a stigma in this society if one is not caught up in a social whirl .(16) The place is now a mad whirl of gyrating bodies and the music seems louder than ever.
(1) give it a whirl :: tuuina atu ai se whirl
1. rotate ::
2. hurry ::
3. spin ::
4. twiddle ::
5. tumble ::
6. purl ::
7. swirl ::
8. hurly-burly ::
9. spin ::
10. commotion ::
11. offer ::
12. vortex ::
1. crawl ::
2. creep ::
3. poke ::
Different Formswhirl, whirled, whirling, whirls
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