Part of speech:
Rolled or coiled together in overlapping whorls, as certain leaves, petals, or shells.
Having numerous overlapping coils or folds:
A sudden spring or start; a sudden leap aside.
(Med.) The return of an organ to its normal size after distention, as of the uterus after childbirth
The act or process of turning around a center or an axis:
The act of stumbling, rocking, or rolling; a reeling.
A city in West Virginia, United States
To roll up tightly and make secure, as a flag to a staff or a sail to a spar
To spread, compress, or flatten by applying pressure with a roller:
To (cause to) roll slowly and heavily on wheels.
uttered with a trill
uttered with a trill
A loud burst of noise:
The sound made by bells as they peal.
To pull out the hair or feathers of:
To arrange into curves, curls, or undulations:
Flap is defined as to wave arms or wings up and down.
(West) To range far afield in a drove, as in seeking pasture or escaping a storm
To rove over or through.
(Nautical) To veer to leeward from a former course; fall off.
To traverse on foot:
To follow a winding or erratic course:
To wander across or through:
(Intransitive) To recur in cycles.
To wind or fold (a covering) around something
To be violently excited or agitated:
To cause to rotate or turn rapidly:
To divert or deflect:
To move along in a wheeled vehicle
To move along swiftly and smoothly
To move in a circular or spiral path; rotate or revolve on an axis; whirl
To move back and forth or up and down; rise and fall; undulate, as waves
To grasp the meaning or logic of; understand:
To move in a circle.
To utter with a deep, long, rolling sound.
To rumble or growl.
To emit a low guttural sound or utterance.
To extend, or push, with a boom or pole.
Go is defined as to move or leave.
Work is defined as to put forth effort in order to accomplish something or to have a job.
To move swiftly and smoothly
To sail or move along the coast or border of.
To produce thunder; to sound, rattle, or roar, as a discharge of atmospheric electricity; often used impersonally.
To repeat (a sound) by the reflection of sound waves from a surface.
To deliver heavy artillery fire.
(Obsolete) To behave arrogantly or roughly; swagger.
To flow or move smoothly and easily, as in skating
A coastal rise in water level caused by wind.
To melt and flow:
To press down or together with a crushing, turning motion; rub harshly or gratingly
To pound, crush, or grind to a powder or dust.
To cause to become widely seen or known; scatter or disseminate:
To adjust or adapt to a certain level.
To squeeze the juice or other contents from:
To wind or twist (esp. hair) into ringlets or coils
(Intransitive) To move along the path of a spiral or helix.
To wind into a shape resembling a coil.
To bend into a curve or bow.
To bend backward:
To assume a curved, crooked, or angular form or direction:
To bend; to crook.
To wrap up; envelop
To wreathe; to wind; to encircle; to unite by intertexture of parts.
To move in or as if in an eddy or eddies:
To turn on or as if on a swivel
To move with a twisting or whirling motion; eddy.
To turn rapidly in a circle; whirl around
To wind on a reel
To turn on a pivot.
To throw or propel upward:
To put on or off hastily or carelessly:
To push, drive, or impel onward, forward, or ahead
To push, drive, or move forward; propel
To thrust, shove, or drive (up, down, in, out, etc.)
To take great pleasure; revel (in)
(Figuratively) To take great pleasure or satisfaction; to feel warmth or happiness. (This verb is usually followed by ""in"").
(Intransitive) To move or match smoothly, gracefully, or continuously.
To move unsteadily; weave.
To move on or as on a seesaw
To wrap, as in layers of cloth:
To wrap, as in cloth:
To wrap; envelop
To wrap up; cover completely
To wrap in folds; wrap up; envelop
To collect payments, contributions, etc.
To pick, pluck, or collect by picking; harvest
In a steady manner
To maintain the stability of (an airplane or ship, for example) by means of a stabilizer.
To operate in a certain fixed motion; turn, revolve, etc.
To perform a function; work:
To pass or journey over or through; traverse:
(Linguistics) To articulate; pronounce:
To breathe with a rasping sound. Used of a horse.
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