whirligigs[ hwur-li-gig, wur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whirligigs
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHIRLIGIGS
These, however, are the whirligigs of politics, and no politician escapes them.
He could make children's whirligigs, that was the measure of his capacity.
Twenty of 'em and ammunition to correspond, under the whirligigs and the mud dolls.
Yet it had saved him; for a minute they spun around like a pair of whirligigs.
None of the home dollies have ever ridden in whirligigs, have they?
What whirligigs of circumstance time and the armistice have brought us!
Jan was a little afraid of the Cheap Jack, but he liked his whirligigs.
Sometimes they sunned themselves on the surface, snapping idly at the measurers and whirligigs.
On the horse-block, however, was found his stock of whirligigs, which the Welsh boys called the whirligoogans.
In the garden, which was of considerable size, were placed a number of swings and whirligigs, in full motion and occupancy.