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How to use whoosh in a sentence
Sheila Moody, in Room 472, heard a whoosh and a whistle and she wondered where all this air was coming from.
After the initial whoosh and blast, it had seemed eerily silent until they reached the D Ring hallway, where they heard other people, crying, moaning, talking.
Then with a whoosh in came Elliott Woods, the contributor of a piece titled “Veterans of a Foreign War.”
The surf was not very high this time,—just waves that went whoosh and then pulled the pebbles back with a nice scrawpy sound.Us and the Bottleman|Edith Ballinger Price
Late in the day, he felt rather than heard the soundless whoosh of the construction machinery.Student Body|Floyd L. Wallace
A little one, like the crack of a distant artillery piece in the mountains and then a louder, deep-toned whoosh of a noise.The Five Arrows|Allan Chase
Those trees are always sigh-sigh-sighing—more of a sigh than a sough or the 'whoosh' of gum-trees in the wind.Joe Wilson and His Mates|Henry Lawson
Before he could examine it, or move toward the door, Penny, with a mighty “whoosh” blew out the candle.The Cry at Midnight|Mildred A. Wirt