- v. present participle of circle.
- n. A circular motion.
“Don't know if I'd call it "circling the wagons" -- seems more like that they are beginning to realize that we can't just keep everything on hold until Obama names an administrator.”
“Women begin circling around the main attraction in the center, bumping into us and trying to topple us over, and consequently the bride and groom from their chairs.”
“The Detroit native completed his hat trick, circling from the corner to Giguere's left and snapping a wrist shot from the faceoff circle past the goalie, during a power play with 1: 48 to play in the second.”
“Get in to the buzz that they help spin so that they can keep their name circling around.”
“The hum of gnats arose, the bat flew in circling whirls over the tents, horns sounded from all quarters, the sun had set, the Sabbath had commenced.”
“Change has been the buzzword circling the national political scene for about a year, but Freman Hendrix's transformation may have come in defeat in 2005.”
“If they think they’re not safe, then they look weak and the vultures begin circling around them.”
“They actually found two "planets" that were hotter than the stars they were circling, which is really cool if you think about it.”
“JACK CAFFERTY, CNN ANCHOR: It's called circling the drain.”
“Martin meanwhile stormed around, swearing in English, circling the crashed Intrepid as if to conjure up a repair.”
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