- v. Simple past tense and past participle of whisk.
“The sound of her name whisked by her, caught by the wind and then lost in the rush of leaves scattering around her feet.”
“Nobody had seen what had happened and the train whisked briskly away round”
“I have learned everything, everything!" said Cleek, and pouncing upon his portmanteau whisked out a couple of pairs of handcuffs.”
“Individual scenes suffer as a direct result, with episodes trailing off and getting whisked from the viewer’s attention before they’ve reached their dramatic or comedic payoff.”
“But individual scenes suffer as a direct result, with episodes trailing off and getting whisked from the viewer’s attention before they’ve reached their dramatic or comedic payoff.”
“National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger later described how the President and his party were “whisked from the airport to the Presidential Palace in a helicopter that seemed to go straight up out of range of possible sniper fire and then plummeted between the trees of [President] Thieu’s offices.”
“She was at her own gate, when a voice calling her whisked her about as if by magic.”
“A sword whisked past his head -- he never learned how closely.”
“For instance, we now know from an AP exclusive report that a handful of so-called high value detainees were brought to Guantanamo Bay in 2003 years earlier than previously disclosed then "whisked" into secret overseas prisons deliberately so that they would be deprived of access to attorneys.”
“I was in the upper press office and he was headed to Gibbs 'office to congratulate him for his first briefing, and he just kind of whisked by, you know.”
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