- or whizz \ˈhwiz, ˈwiz\
- Inflected Form(s):
- whizzed; whiz·zing
1: to hum, whir, or hiss like a speeding object (as an arrow or ball) passing through air
2: to fly or move swiftly especially with a whiz <cars whizzing by>transitive verb: to cause to whiz; especially : to rotate very rapidly
whizz. (2008). In Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.
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