Definition of Twirls

1. Noun. (plural of twirl) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of twirl) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Twirls

1. twirl [v] - See also: twirl

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twirls

twireason
twired
twires
twiring
twirl
twirl on
twirlable
twirled
twirler
twirlers
twirlier
twirliest
twirling
twirlingly
twirlings
twirls (current term)
twirly
twirp
twirps
twiscar
twiscars
twissel
twissell
twist
twist and turn
twist around
twist bit
twist drill
twist drills
twist form

Literary usage of Twirls

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1. Robert Montgomery and His Reviewers: With Some Remarks on the Present State by Edward Clarkson (1830)
"... See how he licks his tooth, and screws his eye, And twists and twirls his thumbs, he can't tell why. ' Like Pythia perch'd upon the Delphic stool, ..."

2. The Roman-Urdu Journal: To Advocate the Use of the Roman Alphabet in by Roman-Urdu Society (1878)
"... ami equally indecipherable hand-writing prevalent in Sindh ? of the twists, twirls, and convolutions current in Southern India ? ..."

3. Shooting, Yachting, and Sea-fishing Trips, at Home and on the Continent by Lewis Clements (1877)
"Larks, over twirls, are very easy to shoot, as occasionally they keep fluttering in the same place above the instrument, thus offering a mark that even a ..."

4. Shooting, Yachting, and Sea-fishing Trips, at Home and on the Continent by Wildfowler, Lewis Clements (1877)
"Larks, over twirls, are very easy to shoot, as occasionally they keep fluttering in the same place above the instrument, thus offering a mark that even a ..."

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