verb (used without object), whizzed, whiz·zing.
verb (used with object), whizzed, whiz·zing.
Origin of whiz1
Related formswhiz·zing·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for whizzing
Hundreds of bees are whizzing circles around the Cotes as they stack honeycombs on the trolley.
Or nailing a whizzing forehand exactly at the right moment to leave his opponent dumbfounded across the net.
It was at this moment that I truly got a sense of just how much capital was whizzing around me.
Signs have been whizzing by with motels for $29.95 and $39.95 a night, which in my new circumstances I should stop at.
Her words were followed by a sound as of thunder and a whizzing of darts.The Golden Age in Transylvania|Mr Jkai
"I don't fancy I'm going to have a very good time," mused the youth, as the train was whizzing him along toward Dankville.Dick Hamilton's Fortune|Howard R. Garis
The dynamos were whizzing away and the negative gravity machine was all ready to start.Five Thousand Miles Underground|Roy Rockwood
Another volley from the Green Jackets, and again the whizzing scream of bullets through the cat-tails above their heads.The Moonlit Way|Robert W. Chambers
The fighting was very near, for the bullets were whizzing around all the time.Two Months in the Camp of Big Bear|Theresa Gowanlock