whoosh


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Synonyms for whoosh

to make a sharp sibilant sound

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

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move with a sibilant sound

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move with a whooshing sound

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gush or squirt out

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Aden Murcutt, chief executive of Whoosh, said: "2005 was the last time anyone operated Birmingham-Newquay and they carried over 6,000 people in August alone.
WHOOSH, a scheduled airline which launched flights from Birmingham to Dundee in May, has announced a new low cost route.
Whoosh will take to the skies offering passengers the opportunity to fly from Birmingham direct to Dundee from May 29.
I am a fan of scrapbooks, so I love the all-inclusive effect of this kind of blog: I can read about the author spending a hot afternoon sipping iced jasmine-lemongrass tea and listening to Kate Bush with his window open and fan whirring, and whoosh, one link takes me to the tea recipe and another to a streaming version of "Cloudbusting.
English St Leger third He Went Whoosh struggled early in the final heat of the Gain Feeds Irish Cesarewitch at Navan on Saturday, but he ran on with gusto to claim a length and a half length victory over Serious Sam in a slow 34.
Whoosh, which is privately owned, will take to the skies offering passengers the chance to fly from Birmingham to the Scottish city from May 29.
She likes to hear the music of the sea as the waves rush in, whoosh, whoosh, whoosh, onto the shore.
The 67-year-old, said: 'I can just imagine them enjoying the whoosh of a rocket and saying 'There goes Gran
LATEST FLAME: Firebreather Tim Pollard helped the festivities go with a whoosh.
Just four weeks on, Gavin has slept with 17 women, Mia (Amanda Holden) tracks down two of Finn's secret Bangkok daughters and Allie's mum Brawdie (Annette Badland) goes from embittered couch potato to glam prom queen with one whoosh of the mascara wand.
Her body is repeatedly patterned with light and shadow, while the amplified whoosh of the flashes provides an improvisatory rhythm.
Meanwhile, noted UK stayer He Went Whoosh is among the entries for the Gain Feeds Cesarewitch which commences at Mullingar on Saturday.
She's right beside us, mobile mad No seatbelt on her little lad Then WHOOSH - she's off - still yap yap yap Fiddling with her Yankie cap Seems to have finished on the phone When WILL she leave that hair alone
I was approaching St David's Centre opposite the old library when unbeknown to me there was such a pothole in the pavement that there was no warning of a fall - but, whoosh, and I was down.
Pietroforte and an assistant scrambled into an open field, crouched in a shell hole, shouldered the 13 1/2-pound bazooka and fired - whoosh.