whirr[ hwur, wur ]SEE DEFINITION OF whirr
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHIRR
There was the whirr of an electric bell, and she knew that Anthony had come.
A rabbit or two scuttled away, and a pheasant flew off with a whirr.
One of his sounds or calls is like the buzz of a reel or the whirr of an alarm-clock.
The whirr of that arrow lived in Roger's mind the rest of his days.
But as she looked this way and that way, Iduna heard a whirr of wings above her.
As he was lifting it off the fire he heard a whirr of wings above his head.
For a moment I thought it was due to the whirr of our own wheels.
The buzzer's whirr triggered his muscles into complete relaxation.
The whirr of the rattle went on for a second or two, then gradually subsided.
The birds rose with a whirr—and then was repeated that horror of his youth.