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Noun
Plural for a rapid turning or whirling motion
“The whirl of snow rises up next to me, completely engulfs me, and quickly passes over.”
Noun
Plural for frantic activity of a specified kind
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“It can be difficult to avoid getting caught up in the constant whirl of activity.”
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Plural for a rapid series of events
“Albertina was in great demand as a speaker and she was swept into a whirl of meetings and rallies.”
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Plural for an attempt or effort towards an endeavor
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“I wasn't really sure how to go about it, but I decided to give it a whirl and do it my way.”
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Plural for the state of one's mind when confused, shocked or anxious
“My thoughts were in a whirl. How could I be the Maharani's lover while I was in love with her daughter?”
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Plural for a state of confusion or bewilderment
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“It wasn't just the fact that Julianna thought she was pregnant that had him in a whirl.”
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Plural for a journey made on a means of transportation
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Plural for a circular movement of water causing a small whirlpool
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Plural for dance
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Plural for a small swirling mass of something, especially snow or leaves, moved by sudden gusts of wind
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Plural for the movement of one's body, especially to music
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Plural for a disagreement or quarrel
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Plural for a situation of hurried and confused movement
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Plural for a flurry of rain or snow
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Swooshes or rushes
Noun
Plural for a fastening made by looping a piece of material on itself and tightening it
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Plural for a confused mass of something twisted together
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Plural for a brief amorous relationship or encounter
Verb
To move or cause to move rapidly round and round
“It was mesmerizing to see the Russian ballet dancer whirl around on her toes.”
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To agitate, or mix up
“With a push of a button, the machine began to whirl the ingredients together into a strange shade of green.”
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To move or cause to move rapidly
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“Owen, at his most alert and intuitive, spun round to whirl the ball beyond Ricardo with his right foot.”
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To be in a confused state with one's mind figuratively spinning
“These, and many other circumstances from the past, played in a loop that repeated over and over, until Nick's head began to whirl from information overload.”
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To be full of activity
“Indeed, there are countless books on the talent of multitasking where we stand in awe of people whose life whirl with busyness and activity.”
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To move or proceed with a given movement or momentum
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To move along on the surface of a liquid or in the air
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To move rhythmically to music, typically following a set sequence of steps
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(of a person) To move in a quick and lively way
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To turn or cause to turn aside from a course
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To rise and fall rhythmically or spasmodically, sometimes violently
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To lash or strike repeatedly, especially with a long pliable instrument
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