- v. Simple past tense and past participle of swoop.
“Visibly tired after being on the ice for 1 1/2 minutes of a power play, Malkin swooped in from center ice after two Flyers collided in their own end, grabbed the puck and beat goalie Martin Biron cleanly on a wrist shot.”
“Rosevelt Colvin swooped in to punch the ball loose for a fumble fellow linebacker Mike Vrabel recovered.”
“Georges Laraque chipped the puck loose as Mason attempted to cover for a faceoff and Saprykin swooped in and poked the puck into the net to pull Phoenix within 2-1 at 17: 41 of the second period.”
“So in swooped the Cardinals, who have a habit of adding veteran outfielders in August.”
“Most of the festivities were over when a big wind and some rain swooped in on us.”
“It was a glorious moment when the train swooped out of a tunnel and we looked over the downs and saw the grey-blue line that was the sea.”
“Even as they spoke, the black tarpaulin swooped from sight behind a big comber.”
“When an attacking snigaraka swooped down on Moware and the lethal jaws momentarily filled the recorder's lens, the only comments to be heard involved the structure of the jaws: were they true jaws or a flexible beak?”
“ESCANABA - The "B" word swooped around the Escanaba High School gymnasium Tuesday night.”
“I can say "swooped" because Kayankaya is nimble in spite of being "old and fat.”
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