Thesaurus / whirl
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Knowing the flame’s structure might let researchers figure out how to scale the blue whirl up to a larger size or create it without passing through the dangerous firenado stage.
FOUR TYPES OF FLAMES JOIN FORCES TO MAKE THIS EERIE ‘BLUE WHIRL’EMILY CONOVERAUGUST 12, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
He bowed to their sweet nearness; he kissed them again and again, while the shade of the cedars seemed to whirl about him.
THE HERITAGE OF THE DESERTZANE GREY
A whirl of dust met them, and they drew quickly back, his sleeve brushing against her shoulders.
THE HALOBETTINA VON HUTTEN
At the close one from each side selects a partner, and then, all having partners, they whirl round and round.
THE TRADITIONAL GAMES OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND (VOL II OF II)ALICE BERTHA GOMME
Occasionally, however, he will whirl and come back to the attack.
THE LAND OF FOOTPRINTSSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
When Dorothy was with Mr. Harley she had been in a maze, a whirl.
THE PRESIDENTALFRED HENRY LEWIS
She was ill and unable to bear the whirl of fashion and gaiety.
THE COQUETTE'S VICTIMCHARLOTTE M. BRAEME
But he did not rush to embrace her and whirl her off in a storm of passionate delight.
THE GREAT HUNGERJOHAN BOJER
She was herself lost in a whirl of bewilderment, and of mingled hope and fear.
COBWEBS AND CABLESHESBA STRETTON
The sunlit clearing, the grey cabin, the dark forest edges, all seemed to whirl and swim about her for an instant.
THE HEART OF THE ANCIENT WOODCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
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