Definition of Twirl. Meaning of Twirl. Synonyms of Twirl

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Definition of Twirl

Twirl
Twirl Twirl, v. i. To revolve with velocity; to be whirled round rapidly.
Twirl
Twirl Twirl, n. 1. The act of twirling; a rapid circular motion; a whirl or whirling; quick rotation. 2. A twist; a convolution. --Woodward.

Meaning of Twirl from wikipedia

- In cryptography and number theory, TWIRL (The Weizmann Institute Relation Locator) is a hypothetical hardware device designed to speed up the sieving...
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- Twirl is a type of chocolate bar currently manufactured by the British chocolate brand Cadbury. Introduced by Cadbury UK as a single bar in the early...
- Twirling is a form of object mani****tion where an object is twirled by one or two hands, the fingers or by other parts of the body. Twirling practice...
- Baton twirling involves using the body to spin a metal rod in a coordinated routine. It is similar to rhythmic gymnastics or color guard. Twirling combines...
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- Toby Twirl is a cartoon character created by children's author Sheila Hodgetts for her publisher, Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd. during the 1940s and...
- together in a way I could sing." Their collaborations resulted in "Tumble and Twirl" and "Dancing with the Big Boys", which was written and recorded in eight...
- Kang & Kodos' Twirl 'n' Hurl is a theme park attraction at Universal Studios Florida, which opened on August 11, 2013. The ride is based on The Simpsons'...
- A majorette is a baton twirler whose twirling performance is often accompanied by dance, movement, or gymnastics; they are primarily ****ociated with marching...