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Synonyms for swoosh

the noise produced by the sudden rush of a fluid (a gas or liquid)


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move with or cause to move with a whistling or hissing sound

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Knight said he plans to stay involved with Nike, and announced the creation of Swoosh, a limited liability company to hold the majority of his Nike stake.
I understand one of the first jobs will be to erase the huge Nike swoosh currently across seats in the East Stand.
He was wearing a black hooded top, black tracksuit bottoms and black trainers with blue Nike swoosh at the side.
spills about what it takes to swoosh with the world's best--and how he spends time off the slopes.
In the middle of December, just when the official skiing season opens, skiers in Bulgaria will be offered good conditions to enjoy a swoosh or two down the slopes.
He wants a sword to 'whoosh and swoosh in the air'.
So I got this lottery ticket from the Swoosh and took it.
Nike, the company with the famous swoosh, is donating $300,000 to help build soccer fields at 20 Los Angeles Unified District schools, six in the San Fernando Valley.
Next, they fasten their feet to the bindings, and off they swoosh downhill and up into the air in agile antics.
Insisting that a swoosh is not just a swoosh, these papers address the many dimensions of corporate artifacts.
The new logo, with its swoosh design to denote progress, also has the association's tagline, which describes it all: "Preserving the past, preparing the future.
14 press event, the MPAA was joined by Kalanick, CEO of startup Red Swoosh, which uses P2P to distribute promotional content for studios online.
THIS DRAMATIC SKI jump in Innsbruck, Austria, described by The New York Times as "a swoosh in steel," is the work of Zaha Hadid, the winner of this year's Pritzker Architecture Prize.
Crazy curly hair sprouts from his head, he has a silly moustache, and his swing is an awkward swoosh that has golf coaches the world over cringing every time he draws the club back.
In Gehry's foyer areas, visitors seem naturally to navigate about the timbered hull of the auditorium, and towards natural light as it filters past sections of ceiling and the swoosh of balustrades--both plastered white to read as comparatively subsidiary elements.