- v. Simple past tense and past participle of skirl.
“The axes skirled down the fang in a shower of sparks, their faces worn away in curves.”
“Enamel skirled, but no harm came to the Fang of the Dragon.”
“The fangs skirled on the metal as the wolf flew past, carried by its momentum.”
“I twisted it and twisted it but the jar just skirled noisy circles on the marble counter top.”
“Armor and metal joints skirled on shoulders of ice.”
“A sharp wind skirled past, and the last autumn leaves lifted from the pavement, as if to escape.”
“We had reached the cloud curtain, and we passed through into a new realm of white and gray, the water dark as charcoal, the air filled with hard grains of snow that skirled around us, snow sprites turning widdershins over the deck and sea.”
“More sand skirled up from around her and the hand fattened again.”
“Wind skirled through the rocks and spit dust at them.”
“The archer stood, bow bent, feeling out the gusts of wind that skirled up the pasture slope under summer sun, and a seventh followed.”
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