[ UK /wˈɪz/ ]
  1. move along very quickly
  2. make a soft swishing sound
    the motor whirred
    the car engine purred
  1. someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
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How To Use whizz In A Sentence

  • Place all the ingredients in a blender and whizz into a salsa. Times, Sunday Times
  • I whizz round the lot in an hour and walk into the centre of town hoping for something more exciting. Times, Sunday Times
  • What sort of music would you listen to if you did have a whizzy waterproof iPod and didn't have to concentrate and count? Rebecca Adlington | Small Talk
  • Suddenly the silence was interrupted by the sound of arrows whizzing and striking soft objects.
  • I somehow doubt whether things would have come so far, so fast if Sir Tim or CERN had tried to make money from this whizzo Web idea. The Free Web: 15 Years Old Today
  • But as soon as the rifle had flashed there was the _fad, fad, fad_ of hurried steps, something whizzed in at the window, and with Trapped by Malays A Tale of Bayonet and Kris
  • After his cult hit Withnail & I, writer-director Bruce Robinson teamed up again with Richard E Grant for this misconceived satire about an advertising whizz-kid who develops an alter-ego in the form of a talking boil on his shoulder. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • On the other hand, age is no impediment to a high-flying career in the City or in IT: many of the current crop of dot.com whizz-kids are under 30.
  • A bullet whizzed past my ear.
  • About 6 months ago they did a story on the introduction of a whizzo piece of software being rolled out across all ABC metro newsrooms. Cheeseburger Gothic » MacSpeech Dictate, a potted review.
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