Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of whiz.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of whizz.

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Examples

  • As a matter of fact, that train whizzed by me just this morning.

    Boston Globe: Well, he ain’t getting any deader. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • Brown smiled with relief as that silly title whizzed harmlessly over his head.

    A percentage game at PMQs

  • The name whizzed into his mind like a dart; like a dart stuck there, and was not to be plucked out.

    The Way Home

  • And while she was selling me that little bit of lace there was an unseemly sound, a big shell coming in whizzed through the air, and we all listened-it is a habit out there.

    My Experiences at the Front

  • That sword whizzed through the air like a bullet; and its point went an inch and a half into the frame of the door.

    Into the Jaws of Death

  • Time "whizzed" by and there they were again at three o'clock and climbing.

    Friedrichshafen - March 18, 1944

  • I gwine cut yo 'haid off, "and the fearful sword whizzed threateningly through the air.

    The Littlest Rebel

  • "Security just kind of whizzed past me and I saw them grab my buddy and I pointed and said, 'It's not him' and they just dragged him out.

    chicagotribune.com -

  • Someone said later she could feel the bullet tickling her hair as it whizzed by, but that was one of Jill's college friends, who had always been prone to exaggerations.

    Gunplay

  • Like the first leg, this was another fast, intense match, with both teams squeezing each other high up the pitch, forcing the pace ever faster – the ball whizzed about and the challenges did too.

    Cesc Fábregas starts with a night to remember at Barcelona

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