Thesaurus / whizzed


Now it was gone, and now it ducked up again like a sea-mew, and past skerries and capes it whizzed like a dart.

I sat on the floor, with my feet on the step, and we whizzed back into Havre in great style.

But the hydroplane, ploughing through the cold waves, whizzed toward the yacht, as he climbed out to the small flat stern.

The Voice on the WireEustace Hale Ball

He dodged a vicious right which whizzed up at his chin out of the breaking clinch, and rushed.

Off they went to the station and then into New York they whizzed by train.

He became bewildered by this violent strife of words, by this hailstorm of accusations which whizzed around his ears.

The Empress JosephineLouise Muhlbach

The last rockets had whizzed and the last cannons had thundered ere I fell asleep.

New Italian sketchesJohn Addington Symonds

Gilmour turned sideways and whizzed the head of the besom round so that its dirty spray rained in the boy's face and eyes.

The bonnet maker, at this threat, started as if a crossbow bolt had whizzed past his head when least expected.

The Fair Maid of PerthSir Walter Scott

Took the lift, and whizzed off in Mr. Tudor's electric brougham that was waiting.'

HugoArnold Bennett


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