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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."