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whisked

adjective as in beaten

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adjective as in blown

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She narrowed her eyes, bit her lip as if to chew over the question, and whisked some stray blond hairs away from her face.

After last night's dinner, Will and Kate, still in evening dress, were whisked to JFK airport for an overnight flight home.

Before he could grab a bottled water, he was whisked away to do a Q&A for an audience of three thousand.

The four military men in the jet were whisked away and tried in the United States.

“You whisked in, hard, some egg white and then poured it, bit by bit, onto the yolks in a bowl,” Brazier later recalled.

Suddenly she whisked up bowl and dog, and crossing the room, dropped both on the seat beside her sister.

"Then I'm going to hurry and get ready so I can see him before dinner," she finished, as she whisked into her room.

He preceded it by some yards, riding Djerid, who whisked his long tail till it whistled in the dust of the dirty pavement.

He had had a sure thing then, and it was whisked away just when it would have enabled him to pass the crisis of his life.

He lifted his cap, entered the car, touched the starter and in a moment the car whisked away.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to whisked, such as: stirred, whipped, aerated, blended, null, and bubbly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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