noun, plural ed·dies.
verb (used with or without object), ed·died, ed·dy·ing.
Origin of eddy
Related formsun·ed·died, adjectiveun·ed·dy·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for eddying
The eddying waters hurried it along and soon hurled it into the midst of the Zab.Discoveries among the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon|Austen H. Layard
It shot over a smoothness more dreadful than the eddying whirl.Self-control|Mary Brunton
The air was so filled with sifting sand and eddying dust that it was impossible to see a mounted man at a distance of fifty yards.The Outlet|Andy Adams
The torch swept around, fanning to a blaze in the eddying air, then darted toward the keg.The Pirate Woman|Aylward Edward Dingle
It was raining, and the yellow flare of the street-corner lamps was reflected in pools of eddying light from the damp pavements.The Heart's Country|Mary Heaton Vorse