: a swift or explosive rush; also : the sound created by such a rush —often used interjectionally
Origin of WHOOSH
First Known Use: 1856
: to move very quickly with the sound of quickly flowing air or water
: to rush past or move explosively <cars whooshing along the expressway>
: to move (a person or thing) with or as if with a whoosh
Examples of WHOOSH
- Cars whooshed along the highway.
- Water whooshed down the pipe.
First Known Use of WHOOSH
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