Definition of swirly in English:

swirly

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Pronunciation: /ˈswəːli
 
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adjective (swirlier, swirliest)

Moving in or characterized by swirling shapes or patterns: seventies-style swirly carpets long, swirly skirts
More example sentences
  • Use other shades of gray to fill in gaps so there is a swirly design of color.
  • The lamp's fab swirly colours are made from a mixture of coloured wax and water - because these don't mix the colours stay separate.
  • Don't know what was wrong - the wind was swirly and the roads were in slippery condition, but the main problem was heavy legs.

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