Then with a whoosh in came Elliott Woods, the contributor of a piece titled “Veterans of a Foreign War.”
There was a whoosh of fire and a flare from the launcher's nose.
It folded over with a whoosh, grabbing its middle, as the toy wobbled off in eccentric flight.
"I whoosh't—I woosh't was so we could hev pie," sighed one such.
Bram Forest drove his left fist into the guard's belly and heard the whoosh of air escaping from his lungs.
Pa was the first to get to the head of the stairs, and he stuck his head in the kitchen, and drew a long breath, and said 'whoosh!
A whoosh of fire swept past the cabin, missed them as Case sent the ship into a dive.
You want to whoosh off in a nice little love whoosh and love yourself.
Before he could examine it, or move toward the door, Penny, with a mighty “whoosh” blew out the candle.
You can whoosh if you like, and get excited and carried away loving a woman, or humanity, or God.
1856, of imitative origin.