Words and phrases that have a meaning related to whirl:   (186 results)

Often used in the same context:
swirl, eddying, whirlwind, glide, twirl, whirr, whirligig, whir, flutter, peek, tinkle, dizzy, shimmer, vortex, spins, rollick, whoosh, awhirl, buzzes, frenzies, clop, flit, splosh, flitter, whirlybird, thrum, shimmy, kaleidoscope, waltzers, gavotte, bobbing, frisson, hop, twitch, chirrup, aswirl, drifty, tootle, twist, zing, fin de siecle, hum, drang, spinny, drumroll, puff, gurgle, pirouette, twittering, presto, spangles, throb, whizzes, jete, glimpse, carousal, willies, rhapsodies, alpenglow, breeze, zephyr, oodles, reverie, centripetal force, rackety, bedazzlement, tingle, slosh, folderol, spume, morris dancer, gabble, gamboling, wobble, slews, cacophony, giddyap, futz, maelstrom, hokeypokey, gustier, cornucopia, turvy, flicker, handfuls, bouche, sine curve, glow, careen, divertissement, shriek, swish, flurry, updraft, revel, pootle, ride, pause, jiggle, counterpoint, gust, whisks, bustle, hubbub, rush, tumult, churning, crescendo, scramble, whirling, carnival, fluttering, round, spate, stampede, uproar, whirls, babble, cyclonic, anticyclonic, circular, hell, oval, split, weir, arm, blasting, expandable, fathomless, fiercer, fitful, flood, inflatable, lock, mud, northwesterly, nose, quicksand

More specific:
birling, logrolling, pirouette, whirligig

Appears in the definition of:
give it a whirl, mad, whirligig

More general:
attempt, course, effort, endeavor, endeavour, flow, go around, motion, move, movement, revolve, rotate, rotation, round shape, run, try

birl, commotion, convolution, crack, eddy, fling, go, gurge, gyrate, offer, pass, purl, reel, skirl, spin, spin around, swirl, tumble, twiddle, twirl, twist, twisting, vortex, whirl around, whirlpool

Also try:
— Adjectives for whirl: social, mad, such, giddy, wild, tilt, dizzy, constant, rapid, sudden, perfect, more...

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See whirl used in context: 100 poetry verses, 2 Shakespeare works, 3 definitions

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