Examples of gyration in a Sentence
dizzy from the spirally gyrations of the roller coaster
Recent Examples of gyration from the Web
In it, the camera lingers a bit too long on Curtis’s gyrations, leering at her hip thrusts like an interloper in a locker room.
This week’s gyrations in currency and bond markets are best understood as the triumph of fear over experience.
Instead of the bureau keeping its current financing through the Federal Reserve, it would be put into annual congressional appropriations and subject to the mercy of political whims and gyrations.
The gyrations have taken place against a backdrop of rising investor interest in futures in Dalian and Singapore, as well as a steady increase in China’s import demand and record steel supply.
But outside the party bubble there was the party’s leader — Trump — who’s not only seemingly detached from the party, but whose gyrations are giving many GOP elected officials heartburn.
The wider pool of investors in the gold market and the presence of longer-term traders are helping mute the impact of developments that decades ago would have spurred strong haven demand for the metal and bigger price gyrations.
Market gyrations have been a boon for global investment banks including Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup, which reported strong first-quarter revenue from trading bonds, currencies and commodities.
The president’s gyrations over NAFTA have been especially puzzling.
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First Known Use of gyration
Medical Definition of gyration
: the pattern of convolutions of the brain
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