- adj. Mixed in a circular pattern with both original components distinguishable.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of swirl.
“I make a white chocolate pumpkin swirled cheesecake with a graham cracker toffee crust and pecan praline topping.”
“Mist and rain swirled around him, hampering his vision.”
“Thousands watched as smoke swirled from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel just before 6 p.m.”
“He staggered under the impact of the twin flows-darkness and the crushing might of chaos welling from the hot magma far beneath Candar, chaos hot enough to melt even ship alloys, with enough free electrons, unstable quarks, leptons ... the terms swirled through his thoughts, but the energy was real.”
“The 8 1/2 by 11 heavy stock document is pretty swank with its shiny gold and crawling holly-berry borders and Jamie's name swirled around in calligraphy.”
“It kind of swirled around and caused a little bit of, I guess, damage in some places and just a nuisance in others.”
“Hegewisch invited Turd in to get his hair "swirled" in the toilet bowl.”
“I listened to all of their CDs while working on Finch, and they’ve all kind of swirled together, too.”
“When “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince” was being cast, rumors swirled that Bill Nighy would be cast as Minister of Magic Rufus Scrimgeour.”
“Speculation swirled at one point that a U.S. private equity firm was in talks for the stake.”
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