"Thus the whirligig of time brings in his revenges," I hear him mutter, as he slips the superfluous consonant into its place.
Don't you see that Time is a whirligig, and all things come round?
It chases the whirligig beetles and water-gnats on the surface, or routs at the bottom for caddisworms and other larv.
She is called “The whirligig” because she is so apt to be blown about by her emotions.
The chief engineer seemed nonplused, like a slow man invited to catch hold of a whirligig of some sort.
She put it on the floor and stooped forward, turning the vessel like a whirligig.
Time's whirligig has made him the hero of our puppet-shows, and he enjoys cosmopolitan celebrity under the name of Punch.
The whirligig of time had not yet revolved so as to bring us in our revenge.
Little Pixie tugged at her frock unheeded, and made himself a whirligig in chase of his own tail.
Touching his hat, he walked onwards, leaving my thoughts all in a whirligig.