whirlwind[ hwurl-wind, wurl- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whirlwind
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHIRLWIND
And an angel still rides in the whirlwind and directs this storm.
It mingled with my dreams, and made them full of storm and whirlwind.
The rush and blows passed with the fury of a whirlwind, and the swiftness of lightning.
The onset and the issue were like the passage and destruction of a whirlwind.
Out of the south cometh the whirlwind, and cold out of the north.
A whirlwind of madness seemed to be passing over the region.
And she is borne hither and thither on the wings of the whirlwind.
When he danced, he was like a whirlwind that had caught up the contents of an old-clothes-shop.
And with that he turned one somersault after another, so that he flew along like a whirlwind.
And wirbelwind—the whirlwind—played a wild accompaniment to the words.