Third-person singular simple present indicative form of swoop. (verb)
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Use "swoops" in a sentence
"Although we know Tara can give as good as she gets, Franklin swoops in to come to her aid, drawing her attention."
"Holding a set of handcuffs, Robin swoops down on Mouse Man."
"Newer: I think it might be this morning I was walking this morning I was walking through the block of portables, and as I came out on the north side, I saw 3-5 little birds with black heads tumble out of a tree, twittering wildly, then take off, flying in swoops and swirls."