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Henry launched a lid-lifting three-point shot from out front on the first possession, and it swished.
UCLA PLOTS A COMEBACK TO OUST MICHIGAN STATE IN OVERTIME TO CAP NCAA TOURNAMENT’S OPENING NIGHTCHUCK CULPEPPER, DES BIELER, MATT BONESTEEL, CINDY BOREN, GLYNN A. HILL, MOLLY HENSLEY-CLANCYMARCH 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Ever an overachiever, I swished it around about 20 times, and it tickled.
Imagine if the swishing threads inside your jeans pocket could charge your cell phone.
Star center Nikola Jokić’s one-legged, leaning fadeaways, which nearly touch the rafters before swishing through, would get the “Sport Science” treatment.
WHEN IT COMES TO PLAYOFF DISAPPOINTMENT, THE CLIPPERS ARE IN A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWNCHRIS HERRING (CHRIS.HERRING@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)SEPTEMBER 16, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The swish of a skirt seemed ridiculously loud in the hush, and the scratching of the judge's quill pen was noisily irritating.
"Here's Kitty," said the maker of mineral waters, as there was the swish of a skirt at the door.
Suddenly they parted, with quick swish and rapid rustling of leaves, and the next moment appeared a wonderful vision.
MENOTAHERNEST G. HENHAM
Three sounds of increase: the lowing of a cow in milk; the din of a smithy; the swish of a plough.
Suddenly we heard the swish of a dress behind, and turned, conscience-stricken, though we had in nothing sinned.
Indeed, he backed into the curtain and the tail of the mouse went swish, swish across his back, but Michael continued to wag.

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