whirligig[ hwur-li-gig, wur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whirligig
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHIRLIGIG
The fortunes these women have poured into this whirligig of chance will never be computed.
She set it down and stooped forward, turning the bowl as if it were a whirligig.
Don't you see that Time is a whirligig, and all things come round?
She is called “The Whirligig” because she is so apt to be blown about by her emotions.
She put it on the floor and stooped forward, turning the vessel like a whirligig.
The whirligig of time had not yet revolved so as to bring us in our revenge.
Touching his hat, he walked onwards, leaving my thoughts all in a whirligig.
Sea-crawfish, anchovies, or whirligig mullets are good baits.
The whirligig of time brings about strange revenges, for a truth.
The "whirligig of time" has turned; the "Pilot" drops the "Commodore."