Definition of "swishing" [swishing]

  • Present participle of swish. (verb)
  • The sound of fabric or fur moving in the air. (noun)
  • The movement that produces such a sound. (noun)
  • A switching; a beating with twigs. (noun)

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Use "swishing" in a sentence
  • "She said she heard a thump, then what someone described as a swishing sound, and a man near the back of the bus went to investigate."
  • "Good news for those who said you prefer girls with swords in a recent poll - looks like more n more Japanese ladies are taking up the sport of samurai sword swishing ..."
  • "Something romantic, nostalgic, bracing and, for the novice, ankle-wobbling, about the idea of swishing across frozen water."