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whorled

[ wawrld, wurld, hwawrld, hwurld ]
/ wɔrld, wɜrld, ʰwɔrld, ʰwɜrld /
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adjective
having a whorl or whorls.
disposed in the form of a whorl, as leaves.
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Origin of whorled

First recorded in 1770–80; whorl + -ed3
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whorled
[ wôrld, wûrld ]

adj.
Having, arranged in, or forming whorls or a whorl.
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