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Definition of "swooping" [swooping]

  • Present participle of swoop. (verb)
  • The action of the verb to swoop. (noun)
  • That swoops or swoop. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "swooping" in a sentence
  • "The Euro-checkering (Browning's term, not mine) is cut in swooping panels that I could take or leave alone, but the stock has nice walnut and an attractive matte finish in place of the shiny urethane found on far too many guns."
  • "The band's alpha buck took it into his head, then, to run off a potential usurper, the two animals raising golden trails of dust like rocket cars on a dry lakebed as they crossed nearly a mile of flatland, achieving velocities more usually seen in swooping raptors."
  • "I note that in the linked article, David refers to Snape as being snake-like, but in fact the animal he’s most associated with is the bat — he’s pale, dwells in the dark dungeons, has sharp hearing, and is often described as swooping in."