Definition of Swirlingly

1. Adverb. With a swirling motion. ¹



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Definition of Swirlingly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swirlingly

swiping
swiple
swiples
swipper
swipple
swipples
swire
swires
swirl
swirled
swirlie
swirlier
swirlies
swirliest
swirling
swirlingly (current term)
swirls
swirly
swished
swisher
swishers
swishes
swishest
swishier
swishiest
swishily
swishiness
swishing
swishingly

Literary usage of Swirlingly

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Journey to Nature by Andrew Carpenter Wheeler (1901)
"The beautiful mountain stream ran swirlingly but softly in front of us, weaving and melting into confluent and vanishing curves, and making an intoxicating ..."

2. A Journey to Nature by Andrew Carpenter Wheeler, J. P. Mowbray, Doubleday, Page & Company, Manhattan Press (1901)
"The beautiful mountain stream ran swirlingly but softly in front of us, weaving and melting into confluent and vanishing curves, and making an intoxicating ..."

3. Further Adventures of Lad by Albert Payson Terhune, George H. Doran Company (1922)
"She had hair-trigger nerves, a swirlingly uncertain temper that was scarce atoned for by her charm and lovableness; and she lacked Lad's ..."

4. Out-of-doors (1902)
"The beautiful mountain stream ran swirlingly but softly in front of us, weaving and melting into confluent and vanishing curves, and making an intoxicating ..."

5. A Journey to Nature by Andrew Carpenter Wheeler (1901)
"The beautiful mountain stream ran swirlingly but softly in front of us, weaving and melting into confluent and vanishing curves, and making an intoxicating ..."

6. A Journey to Nature by Andrew Carpenter Wheeler, J. P. Mowbray, Doubleday, Page & Company, Manhattan Press (1901)
"The beautiful mountain stream ran swirlingly but softly in front of us, weaving and melting into confluent and vanishing curves, and making an intoxicating ..."

7. Further Adventures of Lad by Albert Payson Terhune, George H. Doran Company (1922)
"She had hair-trigger nerves, a swirlingly uncertain temper that was scarce atoned for by her charm and lovableness; and she lacked Lad's ..."

8. Out-of-doors (1902)
"The beautiful mountain stream ran swirlingly but softly in front of us, weaving and melting into confluent and vanishing curves, and making an intoxicating ..."

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