Origin of spinner
OTHER WORDS FROM spinnerun·der·spin·ner, noun
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How to use spinner in a sentence
The luggage is also made with 360-degree spinner wheels that make it super easy to drag on the long trek through the airport or train station.This Away Carry-On Completely Improved My Travel Experience|Rachel Dube|July 27, 2021|The Daily Beast
It features 360-degree spinner wheels to ensure easy mobility, a push-button handle, and a TSA-compatible lock.
So if you were counting on attracting people to your site using “fidget spinners” that isn’t going to happen.A comprehensive guide on using Google Trends for keyword research|Aayush Gupta|February 12, 2021|Search Engine Watch
A common technique for sites with slower load times is to add a spinner, a loading icon, an animation, or another form of content that loads and displays to indicate to a user that the site is, in fact, loading.Core Web Vitals report: 28 Ways to supercharge your site|James Parsons|January 13, 2021|Search Engine Watch
It won’t provide scientifically significant results, but it may give you an overall idea of whether or not that spinner is helping or hurting your ability to perform tasks and pay attention.
But those who condemn the Stockholm-born spinner for the drug-culture at his concerts should take a look at the facts.
What resembles a fishing lure dangles from his ear, a spinner bait designed to attract bass.The Stacks: The Neville Brothers Stake Their Claim as Bards of the Bayou|John Ed Bradley|April 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Later that same day, Spinner implored the officials to “walk over there and force him to give you the answer.”
Spinner wrote in an Aug, 28, 2009 email to an Energy Department official.
"I don't really have time for a job," she said, describing her work for Spinner as more of a hobby.
He was a spinner living in Spitalfields, and he had brought the girl up as an apprentice to his trade.
The diligent spinner has a large shift; and now I have a sheep and a cow, every one bids me good morrow.Franklin's Autobiography|Benjamin Franklin
Each spinner is provided with a wet and dry thermometer so that the best temperature can be ascertained.
The only people aboard the Rajah that ate shark for supper that night were the Captain and the spinner of this yarn.
Then the spinner drew from the distaff an additional amount of fiber, which was formed by the right hand into uniform strands.
British Dictionary definitions for spinner
- a ball that is bowled with a spinning motion
- a bowler who specializes in bowling such balls