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Definition of "whizz" []

  • To make or cause to make a loud humming or buzzing sound (verb)
  • To move or cause to move with such a sound (verb)
  • To move or go rapidly (verb)
  • A loud humming or buzzing sound (noun)
  • A person who is extremely skilful at some activity (noun)
  • Alternative spelling of whiz. (noun)

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  • Alternative spelling of whiz. (verb)

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Use "whizz" in a sentence
  • "When he scolded another boat for being to close during the fight (which it wasn't), I then had the pleasure of watching that captain whizz 12 ounces of lead into the windshield of the scolder."
  • ""Noa, I'll shy it mysel '," said the gallant Jimmy; and at the word whizz came the half of a turnip within art inch of Kate's ear."
  • "One group of wounded World War I soldiers developed such speedy invalid carriages - known as whizz bangs - to propel them to race meetings that they became known locally as the 'flying squad'."