whiz
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Part of SpeechverbOrigin + Etymology
Mid-16th century; imitative of the sound
Synonyms
verb
flithurtlewhirwhoosh
Antonyms
verb
delayslowdecelerate
Definition
verbto move or rush with such a sound
Examples
verbA) She likes to watch through her New York City window as the cars whiz by. B) I saw him whiz by earlier and wondered where he was going in such a rush.
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