His senses were awhirl, his spirits high in the chimera that Trusia cared for him.
Everything had come so suddenly that the girl's brain was all awhirl.
This much Joe Hawkridge comprehended, although his mind was awhirl.
Even then her mind was awhirl, and fatigue and perhaps hunger, too, made it impossible to think seriously.
The whole island was awhirl with rumours; it was said, again and again, that fighting had begun.
His head was awhirl, his pulses fairly pounding with the weird, quixotic purport of his impulse.
I slept but little that night; my brain was awhirl with many thoughts.
He sat down again, his senses all awhirl with the aching desire he had to hold her in his arms.
The sun may burn till his senses are all awhirl, he must go on.
She hung up, leaving the little French girl in a state of bewilderment, her mind all awhirl with questions.